A group of 17 students were inducted into the Shelton High School Quill and Scroll Honor Society at a ceremony held in the school’s library media center on Friday, Nov. 18. Quill and Scroll began in 1926 when it was organized by a group of high school journalism advisers and George Gallup. There are now more than 14,000 chapters located in every state and in 44 foreign countries. To become a member of the honor society, a student must have done superior work in high school journalism, have the equivalent of a B grade point average, must have been recommended by their journalism adviser, and be approved for membership by the Q and S’s executive director. The ceremony began with a welcome by Journalism teacher Gretchen Webster.