|Advisor: Mrs. Lueck|
Membership in the National Honor Society is a privilege, not a right. Students do not apply for membership in the National Honor Society; rather they provide information to be used by the National Honor Society Faculty Council to support their candidacy for membership. Selection to the National Honor Society is based on four criteria: scholarship, leadership, character and service.
At the conclusion of the third quarter each spring, sophomores and juniors attaining a cumulative GPA of 3.50 receive a letter for membership consideration. Students must have enrolled in a majority of honors/weighted courses to be considered. Sophomores will have taken ten of sixteen courses and Juniors must have enrolled in fifteen of twenty-four courses by the spring of their respective years.
Students will be given a Student Activity Form that assists the Faculty Council with the selection process. All forms must be submitted by a given deadline. Absolutely no forms will be accepted after the deadline.
Faculty and administration evaluate students on their service, character and leadership and the National Honor Society Faculty Council will review all evaluations and select students for membership. Membership in National Honor Society is not automatically granted to all students with academic eligibility. The components of leadership, character and service are equally important.
Both students and their parents will be notified by mail of the selection decision. Students who are selected to National Honor Society will receive information about the induction ceremony and the obligations of membership in NHS. Students not selected and their parents will be notified by mail.