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Davies inaugural members of National Honor Society


Mrs. San Bento, Mrs. Plumer, and the National Honor Society Congratulate our newly installed officers for 2019:

President Ibiolatiwa Akomolafe
Vice President: Indy Silva
Secretary: Victoria Aquino
Treasurer: Jordan Miranda
Historian: Aaron Aguilar
Co-Parliamentarians: Nicholas Croce and Christian Godinez


Left to right, top: Aaron Aguilar, Historian; Christian Godinez, Co-Parliamentarian; Nicholas Croce, Co-Parliamentarian. Left to right, bottom: Victoria Aquino, Secretary; Ibiolatiwa Akomolafe, President; Indy Silva, Vice President; Jordan Miranda, Treasurer.


The National Honor Society was formed in 1921.  Over one million students are estimated to participate in the National Honor Society. Since 1946, the National Honor Society has given out more than $15 million in scholarship awards.

2019 is the first year Davies has participated in National Honor Society. Students who join Davies National Honor Society have a 3.75 GPA or higher, show leadership qualities, integrity, and are required to serve 20 service hours helping with different projects and Davies students far exceed those hours. Our chapter is proud to induct our very first class of new members. 



The National Honor Society Pledge

I pledge to uphold

The high purposes of the National Honor Society

to which I have been selected;

I will be true to the principles for which it stands;

And will maintain and encourage

High standards of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.



Aaron Aguilar

Ibiolatiwa Akomolafe

Victoria Aquino

Nicholas Croce

Tyler Faria

Christopher Glebus, Jr

Christian Godinez

Jordan Miranda

Stephen Rogers

Indy Silva


Samantha Amegashie-Baako

Courtny Botelho

Oswald Burgos

Victoria Carrion

Luz Correa

Julianna Desautel

Marieliz Falu Iglesias

Ryan Feliciano

Miriam Hilaire

Liaynez Jimanez

Ashley Melendez

Mercedes Otero

Thalia Philippe

Vanessa Sanchez

Yesenia Santos


Congratulations to all the students for their efforts in striving for high standards of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.