National Honor Society

Contact Information
Señor David Kohrs     High School Advisor
    Junior NHS Advisor

National Honor Society (NHS) is a club to recognize outstanding high school students. NHS serves to honor students who demonstrate excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.

See pictures from the induction of our new members HERE.

  1. Earn a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and semester GPAs of 3.5 for three consecutive semesters.
  2. Complete the NHS Candidate Information Form and return by the date indicated.
  3. Earn service units as an NHS candidate by attending meetings and participating in NHS sponsored activities.
  4. Receive written recommendations from the faculty, and be approved by the Faculty Council.
  5. Have received no in- or out-of-school suspensions. Students who have been suspended from school may apply to the Faculty Council for consideration after completing the quarter in which the suspension was received plus completing one additional quarter AND meeting all other requirements for candidates.
  6. Attend the induction ceremony.

To maintain membership:

  1. Participate in NHS functions/activities, earning 25 service units in a given school year.
  2. Attend a minimum of 6 meetings
  3. Maintain a 3.0 average.
  4. Accumulate no more than one F on a report card in a school year.
  5. Receive no in- or out-of-school suspensions.
  6. Receive a semi-annual recommendation from the Faculty Council.

Violations of #3 result in probation from NHS for a full semester until a 3.0 is again attained. Members still failing to make the grade requirement must then be dismissed; failure to attain #1 or #2, or #6, or violations of #4 or #5 may result in probation or dismissal from Honor Society according to the ruling of the Faculty Council.