Spanish National Honor Society-Welcome to Plymouth Christian

By: Webmaster|Date: Oct 26, 2017|Tags: School News


On the evening of Monday, October 16, 2017, the Spanish National Honor Society (SNHS) became a reality at Plymouth Christian Academy. The pursuit of adding the SNHS began during the 2016-2017 school year and was a dream for the Spanish students of Mrs. Maggie Jarrell. These same students also began PCA’s 1st Spanish Club. Their dream came to fruition on October 16, when seven new members were inducted and PCA’s Chapter was born. The photo captured the four students present at the induction ceremony.

PCA Senior Allison Kwang shared her thoughts about this brand new opportunity at PCA. “With the motto of “todos a una” – together as one, PCA’s new Spanish honor society may be small in number but is big in enthusiasm. Our society is composed of individuals devoted the study of the Spanish language in order to master it. Newly inducted member, Sarah Fernandes sees the new Spanish honor society as, ‘A way to understand other cultures and to be diverse. I really enjoy learning about the Spanish language and I look forward to using it in my future endeavors.'”

Special thanks to Mrs. Maggie Jarrell on pursuing this honor society and making it a possibility for Plymouth Christian Academy students!

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