Dominican Students Join Spanish Honor Society

St. Mary’s Dominican High School students received 2021 and 2020 certificates of membership into Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica, Chapter Las Adelitas. Nine members were inducted this school term and 24 students last year. Spanish teacher Claudia Vallejo is the club moderator. The chapter name, Las Adelitas, was selected by the students in honor of the women who participated in the Mexican Revolution as commanders, soldiers, and nurses. Spanish Honor Society membership requirements include: enrollment in an upper-level Spanish class (Spanish III and Spanish AP); completion of at least three semesters of Spanish (former Spanish III students and Spanish AP students can be eligible as Associate Members); an overall GPA of 85% or higher; a cumulative Spanish average of 3.5 or higher from all previous courses founded. The Spanish Honor Society, founded in 1953 by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, is for the students at North American secondary schools. The Society’s motto is, “All Together.”

The 2020 inductees are Camille D’Arensbourg, Rhea Bawa, Marist Bourg, Carol Bujol, Hallie Cao, Reese Dawson, Jayla Domino, Ella Edwards, Amy Engelhardt, Taelor Foret, Elizabeth Latimer, Avery Lirette, Claire Oster, Kelsey Major, Abigail Mandella, Isabella Paul, Bryce Perkins, Elizabeth Plauche, Kate Rooks, Abrial Suarez, Hayley Torres, Nicolina Totorico, Chloe Tufts, and Janelle Ulloa.

Inductees for 2021 are Caroline Blais, Isabella Cordova, Rowan French, Baileigh Goines, Alyssa Hightower, Caroline Lavie, Tori Mire, Amani Mohamed, and Zoe Toups.

St. Mary’s Dominican High School students with their Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica membership certificates are:

Front Row (from left): Isabella Cordova, Caroline Lavie, Hallie Cao, Rhea Bawa, and Chloe Tufts.

Middle Row: Janelle Ulloa, Tori Mire, Amani Mohamed, and Alyssa Hightower.

Back Row: Bryce Perkins, Carol Bujol, Reese Dawson, Elizabeth Plauche, Baileigh Goines, and Caroline Blais.