The National Science Honor Society is a prominent scientific organization that empowers young thinkers who will be the future of the industry, research, and scientific exploration for America. Each member of Science NHS must take at least one science course every year and two of these courses must be Honors or AP level, fulfill a minimum service requirement, have and maintain a cumulative 3.85 grade point average on a 4.0 scale, and maintain a minimum grade of B in all science courses in grades 9 through 12.

Eight new inductees joined twenty-three returning Science National Honor Society Members during this special service. Mr. Frank Fox ’77, President of Archbishop Carroll, Mrs. Judy Owens, Chair of the Science Department, and Fr. Michael Speziale, Director of Campus Ministry, were also in attendance.

Dr. Anthony J. Nicastro, Professor and Chair of the Department of Physics and Engineering at West Chester University of Pennsylvania, brought physics to a practical understanding, and enlightened students of its power in this world. Dr. Nicastro explained that whether it is neuroscience or engineering, everything relates back to physics.   “Dr. Nicastro also brought home that what we are discovering is the design of the Creator,” added Capt. Robert Boyce, moderator of Science NHS.

Congratulations to our students on this accomplishment!