Forty-one students were inducted into the Our Lady Academy chapter of Mu Alpha Theta National Mathematics Honor Society. Mu Alpha Theta is an international high school and junior college mathematics honor society founded in 1957. The principal purpose of the society is to stimulate a deeper and more effective interest in mathematics. Faculty adviser is Amy Ashley. Membership is based on an overall GPA of 3.5, as well as a 3.0 GPA earned in at least two college preparatory mathematics courses. More than 250 attended the ceremony. Honor society members are planning special events for underclassmen, including math competitions and games, a schoolwide Pi Day celebration and community service projects. Members, from left, first row: Sarah Cox, Raegan Oberlies, Abby Ladner, Diana Baroudi, Lauryn Kidd, Madeline Samson, Alyssa Carlson, Margaret Koenig, Camille Martin; second row: Sarah Sandoz, Carsen Cuevas, Quinn Cottone, Lobar Niolet, Emma Carter, Lydia Cates, Brooke Raziano; third row: Abigail Koons, Brooke Holley, Caroline Samson, Sarah Vancourt, Abby Guy, Rachel Tuminello; and fourth row: Sydney Wittmann, Hailey Bertucci, Kylie Jacob, Brynnan Breland, Alia Tayara, Callee Breland, Sarah Deano, Cassidy Ketchum, Victoria Power, Hannah Gest, Shelby Hoskins, Jordan Bosarge and Emma Funk. Not pictured: Theresa Crowe, Mathilde Gagnet, Nancy Newman, Mary Rimmer, Emily Hollingsworth and Arlene Balch.