Rosarian Inducts 34 New Honor Society Members

Rosarian Academy 2019 NJHS Inductees


April 26, 2019
For immediate release.
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(Bottom row to top, L-R): Row 1-Andrew Vargas, Juan-Lucas Gonzalez-Cabanellas, Brewer Rehm, Alexandra Beauchamp, Angela Frankland, James Smeenge, Harrison Ashley; Row 1 – Loran McGruder, Olivia Wagner, Iliana Beauchamp, Ariane Holton, Harper Throop, Layna Steele, Isabella Dadey-McMaster; Row 3 – Amelia Walsh, Harry Scarola, Makenzie Rogers, Quinlyn Janson, Natalie Acosta, Grace Miller; Row 4 – James Cohen, Eaton Dunn Flom, Samuel Hernandez, Nicholas Stewart, Cate Sieving, Juliana LaPapa; Row 5 – Olivia Debbs, Daniele Mischke, Lulu Lang, Kaitlin Koch; Row 6 – Cade Randolph, Matthew Cohen, Tucker Yavinsky


Rosarian Academy hosted an induction ceremony of new members into the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) on April 24, 2019. Thirty-four new students were inducted into NJHS based on their scholarship, leadership, character, service and citizenship.

The inductees include eighth-grade students: Matthew Cohen and Isabella Dadey-McMaster; seventh-grade students: Natalie Acosta, Harrison Ashley, Alexandra Beauchamp, James Cohen, Olivia Debbs, Eaton Dunn Flom, Angela Frankland, Juan-Lucas Gonzalez-Cabanellas, Samuel Hernandez, Ariane Holton, Quinlyn Janson, Kaitlin Koch, Molly Lanahan, Lulu Lang, Juliana LaPapa, Loran McGruder, Grace Miller, Daniele Mischke, Cade Randolph, Brewer Rehm, Makenzie Rogers, Harry Scarola, Cate Sieving, James Smeenge, Layna Steele, Nicholas Stewart, Harper Throop, Andrew Vargas, Olivia Wagner, Amelia Walsh, and Tucker Yavinsky.

Rosarian NJHS members participate in a number of community service activities throughout the year including: leading holiday-themed parties and activities for the disadvantaged children at The Lord’s Place Family Campus; organizing a water station for the Race for the Cure; painting a home through the sponsorship of the Solid Waste Authority’s Paint Your Heart Out; joining beach clean-up efforts at local beaches; volunteering with the Special Olympics; gleaning crops with CROS Ministries to benefit the Palm Beach County Food Bank.

Rosarian Academy, founded in 1925, educates students from early childhood through eighth grade and offers an exceptionally strong academic program enriched by faith, athletics, visual and performing arts, and community service opportunities. STEM, coding, art, drama, music theory, and Spanish classes begin in kindergarten. The independent, Catholic school is located on Flagler Drive in downtown West Palm Beach and is sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters.  Complimentary bus service is available throughout Palm Beach County. For more information, visit or call 561.345.3106.