Sequoyah Students to be Inducted into Honor Society
Sixteen Sequoyah High School students will be inducted into the Oklahoma Indian Student Honor Society for their outstanding accomplishments in their high school career.
Inductees are Ashley Anderson, Taylor Armbrister, Diamond Bailey, Sierra Carter, Josephynne Cheatwood, Jessie Davis, Jordan Hare, Shaylee Hagar, Baylee Herrin, Garrett Million, Melody Proctor, Whitney Roach, Jacob Sevier, Julie Spottedbird and Jackson Wells.
The Oklahoma Council for Indian Education selects the students for membership based on their outstanding academic achievements. The Oklahoma Council for Indian Education is an advocacy group whose purpose is to promote and enhance education and culture for American Indian students in the state of Oklahoma and to create awareness within the state of the significance of its American Indian citizens.
Students will be inducted on April 17 in Broken Arrow.