St. Louis students receive NJHS award

first_imgBATESVILLE, Ind. — St. Louis School students Kayla Stone, Olivia Raab, and Benjamin Moster were selected as recipients of the 2017 National Junior Honor Society Outstanding Achievement Award!They will receive a $500 award, which will be placed in a college savings account.Each year the National Junior Honor Society gives out 500 awards nationally with the goal of helping families get a head start on saving for college.The national committee looks at areas including candidate’s academic achievements and study habits, leadership roles, community service and citizenship, and character.According to the National Junior Honor Society website, over one million students across the nation participate in official NJHS chapters in all 50 states.last_img

Female Cadet-Junior Carate Club of Canton Sarajevo Won the Third Place at the European Championship in Izmir

first_imgFemale cadet-junior representation of karate alliance of Canton Sarajevo won the third place in kata category at the 12th European Championship held in Izmir, Turkey.B&H at the competition held last weekend was represented by Nizama Šemić, Ema Čampara and Amna Valjevčić, members of the karate club Sensei, led by the coach of representation of Canton Sarajevo in kata Almasa Ćurić  and the coach Merita Tirić Čampara, announced the Karate Association of Canton Sarajevo.B&H karate players have achieved a great success for karate sports in B&H because this is the first European medal for B&H and Sarajevo won in kata discipline.(Source: Fena)last_img