What is National Honor Society?
The National Honor Society (NHS) is an organization which recognizes student achievements in academics, leadership and character. To qualify students must complete five semesters of high school and receive a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better. If students meet this requirement they are eligible to apply for NHS. Once all applications are collected, a group of four or five staff members meet to discuss the candidates and decide if they are worthy to enter into NHS. Once all candidates are notified, a formal induction ceremony welcomes the new members.
Freshman and Sophomore students can be recognized as incentive NHS members if they meet the requirement of having a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or better. Being an incentive member means they are on track to becoming an official NHS member as a junior. These students are also welcomed to attend the induction ceremony and are recognized for their achievements.
Advisor: Olivia Forman
Incentive Candidates 3.0
Members Inducted on Dec. 4, 2018: