Huntington's Math Honor Society is inviting applications for membership

Math Honor Society Invites Membership Applications

Huntington's Math Honor Society is inviting applications for membership 

November 28 , 2022

Huntington High School’s chapter of Mu Alpha Theta, the national Math Honor Society is inviting applications for membership.

Applicants must have successfully completed Algebra, I, Geometry and Algebra II have been invited to apply. To be eligible for membership in the society students must be enrolled in a math class higher than Algebra 2 (such as pre-Calculus, Calculus, AP Calculus, Introduction to Statistics, AP Statistics) and have a minimum unweighted grade average of 85 in Algebra, Geometry and Algebra 2.

The organization is led by a dynamic executive board consisting of Cecilia Kye (president), Erin Scanlon (vice president), Aislyn Franciscovich (secretary), Evan Spagnoletti (treasurer) and Nikolai Seferian (tutoring coordinator).

A membership invitation letter and application is posted on the Huntington UFSD website at Students can also pick one up from their math teacher.

Completed applications must be returned via email or in person to faculty advisors Monica Racz ( or Jordan Swierkowski ( by December 5.

“To become a member of the National Mathematics Honor Society is a privilege,” the two advisors wrote in an application invitation letter. “The society gives service to the school and community. If you become a member, it is expected that you will contribute by tutoring fellow students, participating in fundraisers and assisting with future induction ceremonies.”