National Honor Society

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National Honor Society

National Honor Society members are chosen based on their outstanding performance in the area of scholarship service, leadership, and character; to be considered for membership, one must have a 3.5 GPA. National honors society meets one Tuesday a month so our adviser, Mrs. Allen, can discuss upcoming volunteer opportunities. Each student is responsible for completing 15 hours of community service. These include events such as highway clean up, holiday angels, etc.



National Honors Society Questions (Answered by Mrs. Allen)


Q: What is the amount of community service that the members have to have to be in the NHS?

A: Members must complete 15 hours of community service. Some of those hours must be completed by participating in NHS sponsored events (highway clean ups, holiday angels, etc.).

Q: Explain what NHS exactly is?

A: NHS is a service organization for those students with a 3.5 GPA. Students are invited to join and then commit to giving back to the community by volunteering their time to help others.

Q: Do you enjoy running the NHS club? Why do you like it?

A: I do enjoy being the sponsor of the club; it allows me to work with over 100 students who I might not see in my classroom. It gives me great pleasure to see our students make a difference in the lives of others and in our community.


Advisor- Susan Allen

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