Three students were inducted into the French Honor Society at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts on Thursday, May 10.
The chapter is sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French, and the local sponsor is Dr. Nathalie Malti, instructor of French.
Students are eligible for membership after their third semester of French. They must maintain an A average in all French courses and a B average overall.
The aims of the society are to recognize excellent performance in French courses and to promote the French language and culture.
The motto of the society is “L’homme qui sait deux langues en vaut deux.” Translation: A man who knows two languages is worth two.
Inductees are Kathy Barrios, a senior from Houma, Chelsea Franklin, a senior from Crowley, and Santhosh Bomminani, a senior from West Monroe.
Other members include Claire Lucas, a senior from Baton Rouge; Hannah Miller, a senior from Baton Rouge; Colt Crain, a junior from Zachary; Ruby Kharod, a senior from Opelousas; Elyse Duplantier, a junior from Zachary; Manjistha Lakhotia, a junior from Lafayette; Rachel Judson, a junior from Lake Charles; Edouard Ferrell, a senior from Nathcitoches; and Angela Fang, a senior from Mandeville.