National Honor Society
The purpose of this organization is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary schools. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service. It is our goal to improve our school and local communities as well as assist students in creating a supportive network of individuals that promote both education and the overall well-being of our students today and in their future endeavors.
Moderators: Ms. Nicole Deutschmann
Grades Eligible: 11 & 12
Requirements for eligibility
- 4.5 cumulative GPA and
- a minimum of 100 service hours
- no disciplinary or attendance issues
These requirements must be met by the end of the summer school term prior to the year seeking induction.
* Students who meet these requirements will be invited to apply in the fall. Induction takes place once a year in the fall. If a student is ineligible to apply their Junior year, should they meet the requirements by the end of their Junior year, they will be invited as a Senior.
A one-time membership fee of $25 will be collected upon acceptance.
Members are expected to maintain good academic standing and uphold academic integrity as stated in the Parent-Student Handbook. Members must also participate in tutoring services and the adopted fall and spring service projects to remain in good standing.
President: Skylar Hooley & Emily Hui
Vice President: Nick Soviero
Secretary: Catherine Martinez
Historian: Jackie Weider
Service: Maria Cuza & Sydney Patitucci
Tutoring: Erin Kelly & Kailey Nolan