FRONT ROW: Kadja, Orlowe, Barcic, Coneglio, Mitchell, Reed, Goede, Kopp, Kovalick, Soltysiak, Baranovic, Vajda, Horrigan, Allen, Levis, Holovach, Silhanek.
SECOND ROW: Broski, Cimino, Brayer, Jones, Fox, Mendala, Nowak, Finocchi, McClune, Lawry, Sindelar, Dunk, Hodlik, Miller, Meek, Zayd, Wolslager.
THIRD ROW: Farago, Glinski, Powell, Strukel, Wozniak, Russler, Yurek, Meehl, Thome, Miller, Zagar, Sprengel, Kock, Oshelski.
FOURTH ROW: Lesiak, Link, Basel, Parker, McCullough, Chapple, Dean, Parhamovich, Szaraz, Mastrodonato, Seman, Solar, Nowak, Scott, Zgrabik, Mr. Brock.
FIFTH ROW: Phan, Filipski, Engle, Hejduk, Sanuk, Wesley, Glowick, Pekarek, Klusak, Kastelan, Kotowski, Nemecek, Heflin, Langmead.
SIXTH ROW: Marik, Hospodka, Gomez, Grabowski, Lalewicz, Chandik, Simek, Newman, Rice, Kamienski, Nowak, Tomola.
With the four cardinal principles of character, scholarship, leadership, and service as its focal points, the National Honor Society is regarded as the most esteemed of academic organizations.
Membership in the Society is extended only to those seniors accumulating a 3.0 average and those juniors accumulating a 3.5 average. A student finally attains membership only after a careful evaluation by the individuals' teachers and sponsors.
Membership within the National Honor Society is regarded as one of the most honorable achievements in a student's high school career.