National Honor Society Mrs. K. Cooper and Mrs. L. Rubini
National Honor Society (NHS) is an organization devoted to acknowledging high school students who have excelled in four characteristics during their high school years. These four characteristics are Leadership, Service, Character, and Scholarship. NHS members make every effort to work for the betterment of their community.
Every high school that is part of NHS has its own set of rules and standards that are approved by the school board. In addition, each state that has schools that are part of NHS has a state board and state advisors. The job of the state advisors is to make sure that each school follows the national charter of the National Honor Society.
Any Junior achieving a cumulative, unweighted, grade of exactly 90 or higher at the completion of the second marking period and midterm exams (S2) shall be eligible to be considered for the selection of National Honor Society. Secondly, they must exhibit outstanding leadership qualities, character, and service during their years in high school. Once the student becomes a member, they must retain their GPA and attend all NHS meetings as well as complete a service requirement during the school year. We meet with our officers on the last Tuesday of the month.