Students must fulfill the below requirements in order to be considered in the selection process for National Honor Society. The Faculty Council, which is comprised of five faculty members, will use the Selection Rubric in the consideration process. The Faculty Council will review each student's demonstration of the attributes of Character, Leadership, Service, and Scholarship as outlined the Official National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society website.
The student must be a sophomore, junior, or senior
The student must have a cumulative 3.5 G.P.A., which will be calculated after the fall semester
The student must be involved in at least one extra-curricular activity (be a member in good standing) or maintain a part-time job
The student must exhibit good character and behavior in his or her community and school, including maintaining academic/co-curricular eligibility for the entire school year
The student must complete at least 15 hours of either First-Tier Community Service or Second-Tier Community Service (a majority, or 8 of 15 hours, should be First-Tier hours)
Community Service can take place from March 1st to the last Friday in February
The student must collect signatures from supervisors in an on-going basis on the Community Service Log
Parents cannot serve as supervisors and cannot sign off on students' service hours
It is highly recommended that students record all hours, even above the 15 expected hours, if they want those hours considered by the Faculty Council.
Illegible hours, hours without a signature, or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
- The student must complete the Induction Candidate/Membership Renewal Form, which requires that the student uploads the Community Service Log and Signature Verification Form, due the last Friday of February.