CCA students inducted into National Honor Society

Twenty students were honored for scholarship, leadership, service and character


HARRISBURG – Twenty high school students of Commonwealth Charter Academy, a statewide public cyber charter school, today were inducted into the National Honor Society for demonstrating excellence in scholarship, leadership, service and character. Students need a minimum 3.6 GPA to be accepted into the society.

"Our students have shown that they can achieve high success with an educational program that is personalized for their goals and needs," said CEO Maurice "Reese" Flurie. "I am proud of our students and congratulate them for their recognition by the National Honor Society."

The following individuals were inducted on Friday, Nov. 18 at a ceremony in Harrisburg:

Hannah Bowser, 16, a junior from Warrendale, Pa.

Nicholas Brady, 15, a sophomore from Philadelphia, Pa.

Emily Hall, 16, a junior from Jeannette, Pa.

Matthew Hoffman, 16, a junior from Kunkletown, Pa.

Alana Jewers, 15, a sophomore from Lancaster, Pa.

Mary Claire Kastenhuber, 16, a junior from Philadelphia, Pa.

Abigail Knol, 15, a sophomore from Harleysville, Pa.

Makenzee Knott, 15, a sophomore from Jeannette, Pa.

Camryn McClure, 16, a junior from Mifflintown, Pa.

Alexandra McLain, 16, a sophomore from Lake Ariel, Pa.

Sophie Meadows, 15, a sophomore from Carlisle, Pa.

Kali Mellin, 16, a junior from Mayfield, Pa.

Dahlia Moyer, 17, a senior from Morgantown, Pa.

Mary (Paige) Myers, 16, a junior from York, Pa.

Mary Elizabeth Rossignuolo, 18, a senior from Macungie, Pa.

Maryam Siddiqui, 16, a senior from Upper Darby, Pa.

Gabrielle Shook, 15, a sophomore from Mechanicsburg, Pa.

Marilyn Spencer, 16, a junior from Dallas, Pa.

Madison Swick, 15, a sophomore from Johnstown, Pa.

NHS membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.



Founded in 2003, Commonwealth Charter Academy is a Pennsylvania public cyber charter school with year-round open enrollment. CCA is a family service organization with deep expertise in education and strives to deliver a personalized educational experience that engages the entire family, preparing learners to succeed in school and life. For more information, please visit

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