Fifty National Honor Society inductees

Forty Wilton High School juniors and 10 seniors were inducted into the National Honor Society on Monday, Nov. 21.

A student must have a minimum 3.5 cumulative grade-point average to apply for induction into the society. A faculty board then decides whether or not to induct him or her based on scholarship, service, leadership and character.

In addition to Julia, the following nine seniors were among those inducted:

  • Julia Foodman.

  • Morgan Hickey.

  • Kaitlin McNamara.

  • Nina Mellin.

  • Hayley Meyer.

  • Emily Mitrione.

  • Alison Purvis.

  • Erica Smith.

  • Ashley Vitarelli.

  • Julia Vitarelli.

Wilton High School’s newly inducted juniors are:

  • Harvey Alexander.

  • Tor Aronson.

  • Andrew Beecher.

  • Elizabeth Breslin.

  • John Brown.

  • Taylor Burke.

  • Nicole Case.

  • Christopher Colbert.

  • Kevin Connolly.

  • Margaret Cummins.

  • Victoria Curley.

  • Adriana Curtis.

  • Eva Greco.

  • Johanna Griep.

  • Christian Haase.

  • Lydia Claire Hoffman.

  • Katherine Jankowski.

  • Zoe Lash.

  • Charles Li.

  • Emma Likly.

  • Elizabeth Lynch.

  • Kyle Maatallah.

  • John Maggio.

  • Emilie McCann.

  • Michael McElroy.

  • Alyssa Murphy.

  • Kazuma Nobumoto.

  • Madeleine Pagliaro.

  • Covadonga Perez Pelaez.

  • Katherine Psaltos.

  • Lauren Robertson.

  • Amanda Smith.

  • Kennedy Snyder.

  • Mary Thomas.

  • Emily Tully.

  • Michael Wallace.

  • Molly Ward.

  • Caroline Wilson.

  • Zachary Zeyher.

  • Alec Ziluca.

As members of the National Honor Society, students are required to complete four or more hours of service per month — including participating in the society’s tutoring program — and maintain a 3.5 GPA, as well as “the highest standards for integrity,” according to the Wilton High School website.