Thank you for your interest in the National Honor Society. Students, please complete the Google Form link from the meeting, so we have your contact information. Also, please look over the Interest Meeting PowerPoint and the NHS Application for 2021.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Oates (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ms. Bryant (email@example.com).
Thank you and we look forward to working with you.
Hello Seniors! Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year as National Honor Society members.
Soon, a schedule will come out to you for the year's meeting dates using the email we have on file.
At our September meeting we will nominate officers and hold an election. Once officers are chosen, we will start our Fall service learning project.
Please remember that your annual NHS dues are due by the September meeting to be eligible for an officer position and to be considered an active member. Inactive members are placed on probation until obligations are met. If there is a hardship please contact Mrs. Oates or Ms. Aliyah Bryant as soon as possible.
Please review your NHS bylaws and contact us with any questions.
Thank you and we look forward to the upcoming school year.
Juniors and seniors with a 3.7 weighted GPA are invited to apply for National Honor Society between September and October--we will send out formal letters and emails for you to apply. Students should have school and community service hours.
After the application and essay are complete, an interview will be scheduled. Once the application is scored, letters and emails will go out for acceptance or denial.
Denied apps go to the principal and students who want to appeal may send a formal letter to appeal the denial. Once the principal decides, letters are sent out to reflect the decision.
Induction is held in December. The first meeting for new inductees will be in January.
Students will then complete a contract and pay dues of $40. Without the contract and dues, students are not fully participating members and are placed on probation. Students below a 3.7 are also placed on probation.
Once contracts, dues, or grade issues are taken care of, then students are taken off probation. If students cannot resolve these, membership is revoked.
New members will participate in a Spring service-learning project that the group will decide on. In the past we have held food and clothing drives and also have donated to the animal shelter.
Seniors are invited to apply for the National Honor Society Scholarship in the Fall of their senior year. Awards go from $500 to $25,000.