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Bayshore Honor Society

Academic Eligibility
      The Bayshore Honor Society is an organization that recognizes outstanding academic achievement and hours of volunteer work in both the school and the community.

       Academic eligibility is determined by the end of the second marking period of either Grade 7 or Grade 8.  To become academically eligible a student must make the honor roll five out of six (5 out of 6) marking periods in his/her  current grade and the grade prior.

       Those who qualify academically will be notified and given a student service record.  This form will allow students to demonstrate eligibility in both school and community service. 

Service Requirements

Students must demonstrate service
in both school and community.
  • Students need to keep a record of service and have advisors sign off on it or present certificates (a sample form is attached).
  • School Service
    • Students must be actively involved in school service activities throughout all their years at Bayshore Middle School
**Please note: Participation on a sports team or in a school performance is not considered school service. However, service credit will be given for sport managers and crew for performances.**
  • Community Service
    • A minimum of 20 (twenty) documented community service hours is recommended, but does not guarantee acceptance into the honor society.
Bayshore Middle School service activities   and events include, but are not limited to:
  • School approved clubs & organizations
  • Make a Difference Day
  • Middletown Day
  • VFW Food Drive
  • Middletown Parks and Recreations sponsored events

Awards Committee
    The awards committee is comprised of teachers, counselors and administration. Student service records and eligibility of hours will be reviewed by the awards committee.  The awards committee reviews student service records through blind selection and determines acceptance.

Bayshore Honor Society 
Once inducted, students are required to participate in the following ways:
  • Assist guidance with weekly peer tutoring
  • Attend Back to School Night
  • Serve as student ambassadors for new students 
  • Other responsibilities deemed necessary by the Guidance Department. 
Margaret Czarnecki,
Sep 19, 2012, 10:49 AM