Carmel High School welcomed 18 high-performing and business-minded graduate students to the Business Honor Society of New York in a recent ceremony.
To be inducted, senior students must have completed at least four business training courses, including at least one college credit course, while maintaining an average of 88% in these business training courses and an overall average of 85. % or more.
“The entire Vocational and Technical Education Department is extremely proud of these students who are working hard towards this achievement,” said Dave Salvo, Professor of Business Education. “They all have a very bright future ahead of them. “
Carmel High School offers students a wide variety of business education courses to choose from, including college accounting, college management, college marketing, college business law, college business economics, digital media 101 , Business Mathematics, Video Game Design, and Career and Finance Strategies. Students who take these courses acquire business and life skills that apply to college and future careers.
Students inducted into the Business Honor Society this year include Vincent Carovillano, Juliana Cotza, Adrianna DeSalvo, Colin Forster, Michael Guiney, Salvatore Intravaia, Ryan Lynch, William Marsden, Karoline Montanha Costa, Olivia Murillo, Brendan Murphy, Breandan Richardson, Noah Richardson , Dylan Shields, Grace Sonnergren, Tayte Wong and Mark Yorio.