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Crescent Islamic School inducted to National Honor Society of America.

The screening process of NHS includes scholarships, leadership ability, service, role and civic responsibilities.

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A prestigious ceremony was held on the occasion of induction of Crescent Islamic School to National Honor Society of America (NHS). The chief guest of the event is Native female Judge Justice Brianna Vaughan. Student social activist New York and school chairman Habib Ahmed specially attended.

The National Honor Society was established in 1921 and has a tough screening process for membership. The screening process includes scholarships, leadership ability, service, role and civic responsibilities.


The students of the school debating various topics, said that we want to live our life according to the prevailing principles of Islam and it is guided by Islamic teachings.

Native Female Judge

Native female JudgeJustice Brianna Vaughan recalled her schooling days and praised the quality and teaching process of Crescent School.

The principal of the school, Iffat Ahmed, while revealing the honor received from the National Honor Society, and has said that

“it was a matter of great pride”.

Crescent School Principal Iffat Ahmed.

It is not an easy task to be a member of National Honor Society, a highly reputable institution for testing the quality of education. Educational institutions and students have to show extra ordinary performance. It’s screening process covers academic and extracurricular activities.

Moreover, Iffat Ahmed further added that

we impart modern knowledge in the light of Holy Quran and Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad Peace Be upon Him. Our students are the best leaders in the society and ideal Muslims.

At last, Chief Guest honorable Judge Justice Brianna Vaughan distributed appreciation certificates to the students issued by the National Honor Society.

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