LHS Takes on the World Students are installed as members of the honor Societies in Chinese, French, Italian, and Spanish.

Livingston High School students were recently inducted into the World Languages Honor Societies. The joint ceremony between the Chinese, French, Italian, and Spanish Honor Societies introduced 167 new members. The students were recognized for their academic achievement in each language, The purpose of these World Language Honor Societies is to recognize that a common language can bring people of different races and religions together. All four work to “promote friendship and understanding between the United States and other nations of the world,” said Carmen Michael, supervisor of World Languages and ESL.

36 students joined the National Chinese Honor Society. The Livingston High School chapter was established in 1997.
18 students were inducted into the Società Onoraria Italica.
43 students were initiated to the Société Honoraire de Français. The French Honor Society has been at Livingston High School for 25 years.
70 students were introduced to Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica. The Spanish Honor Society in Livingston High school was established in 1978.

Livingston High School, Livingston, New Jersey

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