Phi Kappa Phi is the nation's oldest, largest and most selective honor society that recognizes academic achievement in all fields of higher education. Only the top 7.5% of juniors and the top 10% of seniors are eligible to join the society. The following BAHS undergraduates were inducted on April 17, 2016 at a ceremony attended by faculty, administrators, and family members: Carrie-Anne Barry, Biology, pre-medicine; Hanan Ben Nacef, Health Sciences, pre-physical therapy; Allison Bleistein, Biology; Gabriella Bonchack, Health Sciences; Mikala Britt, Health Sciences, pre-physician assistant;
Emily Broadbent, Health Sciences; Aubrey Cole, Health Sciences; Kayla Lavella, Health Sciences; Natalie Mayo, Health Sciences, pre-physical therapy; Dominick Policare, pre-physical therapy, Stephanie Serafin, Medical Imaging; Matthew Swift, Biology; Mallory Tomaschik, Health Sciences pre-physical therapy; Brittany Underkoffler, Health Sciences, medical lab science; Also inducted were the following biology graduate students: Jessica Baker, Shandna Burroughs, Kirk Jeffries, Andrew King and Jamie Shinskie. These new inductees join current BAHS students who were inducted previously into Phi Kappa Phi: Kahli Castagnera, Health Sciences, pre-physical therapy; Lauren Chamberlain, Biology, pre-medical sciences; Kira England, Biology, environmental biology; and Sean Hartzell, Biology, natural history, currently a BAHS graduate student.