The National Honor Society is an organization that allows students who have endeavored to exhibit the traits of scholarship, service, leadership, and character to put those qualities to use during their junior and senior year within their local and school community. Members are required to complete 20 service hours during their junior year and 50 their senior year. Service hours are meant to be completed in school and out in the community. Some of our traditional initiatives include holding two blood drives each year, spending a day volunteering at the Salvation Army, and raising money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through the Pennies for Patients Campaign.
Requirements: Eligible juniors will receive applications once second quarter grades have been posted. To receive an application, one must earn a 4.0 weighted GPA or higher. To be eligible for the review process one must have participated in at least two extracurricular activities during their sophomore and junior years. All applications are then reviewed by the faculty to determine if they meet all requirements. Candidates must exhibit service, leadership, character, a GPA of 4.o or higher and have participated in at least two extracurriculars during their sophomore and junior school years. They must also receive a majority vote from the NHS Faculty Council.
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