EPIC Charter School inducted 113 students into the National Honor Society and 155 into the National Junior Honor Society in ceremonies held at Rose State College on April 30, 2018.
Both organizations’ new inductees were carefully selected by a five-member faculty council appointed by the principal to nominate qualified students, outstanding in four areas of evaluation.
“We are incredibly proud of each of the new inductees,” said EPIC Superintendent, David Chaney, “This achievement is the result of hard work academically, and beyond that, a demonstration of the type of leadership and character we hope to cultivate in each of our students.”
EPIC’s National Honor Society inductees were selected from 10th, 11th or 12th grade students who maintain a 3.5 cumulative GPA or better and demonstrate leadership, character and service within their student activities.
EPIC’s National Junior Honor Society inductees were selected from 6th, 7th or 8th grade students who maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA or better, and actively demonstrate leadership, citizenship, character and service.
EPIC Charter School is Oklahoma’s largest charter school and 11th largest public school district. With close to 14,000 students enrolled from every one of Oklahoma’s 77 counties, EPIC provides a fully state-accredited, self-paced, individualized education for each student. For more information, visit epiccharterschools.org.
Michael Huntley, Hastings
Rachael Snider, Waurika