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Deer Park High School Inducts New Members To Math And Science Honor Societies

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Deer Park High School held its annual induction ceremony for the Math and Science Honor Societies on March 14, welcoming 40 new Math Honor Society members and 32 new Science Honor Society members. Existing members from both honor societies were also recognized.

The scholars were welcomed by Science Honor Society adviser Edward Libretto and Math Honor Society adviser Cassidy Velle, leading into a keynote speech from Kaleigh Pizzirusso.

“This induction is just a culmination of years of prior study of finding your craft, a strong foundation built by that study and a passion that’s fueled your study,” Math Honor Society President Muhsin Maqsood said. “I’m sure your young minds are eager to learn the mechanics of this world, and you will soon be engrossed into a society where exploration and curiosity about the natural world and how numbers fit into it is a norm. Furthermore, you’ll be given a place to discuss your passion for this type of research openly with peers who also wish to ask questions and formulate theories with you.”

“These students have worked tirelessly to achieve academic excellence in their respective sciences, and have actively demonstrated endless enthusiasm towards their commitment in being prospective members,” Science National Honor Society President Calvin Nguyen said. “I am looking at the next generation of scholastic scientific leaders in not only Deer Park, but in the world for years to come.”

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