CVU inducts students into business honor society

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Champlain Valley Union High School recently inducted 10 students into its chapter of the National Business Honor Society. The purposes of the organization are to: promote and recognize academic achievement in business education at CVU; foster and recognize leadership skills and character development; help members grow ethically and socially by promoting and encouraging an interest in business; and to encourage member involvement in service learning initiatives.The National Business Honor Society has 180 chapters in 39 states.

The chapter is open to high school juniors and seniors. Students must have completed or be currently enrolled in their third business course and they must demonstrate commitment to academic rigor in all courses taken at CVU.

CVU alumna Carly Caswell, a recent University of Vermont graduate, was the featured speaker at the induction ceremony. She was inducted into the honor society chapter in 2014.
Above (left to right): Business teacher Tamie-Jo Dickinson; students Maddie Huber (inducted 2017), Colby Norton, Genevie Lemieux, Noah Lemieux, Sara Kelley, Ethan Oglesby, Rebecca Provost, Sam Noel, Chase Mitchell, Sarah Lancaster and Preston Webb (inducted 2017); business teacher Colleen Wedge. Not pictured: Hank Caswell.

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