FWHS NHS Google Classroom code: 7ouh6fy

Advisor - Dr Gloria -  P31                     email: cgloria@fairfieldschools.org

Application due dates:

Seniors: 10/03/22 by end of school day.  Application invites went out via Gmail on 9/1/22

Juniors:  3/3/23


Seniors:  9/14/22 – via google meet @ 7:15 am

Go to GC for link.

Second meeting: March 15, 2023- via Google meet @7:15 am

Juniors: April 5, 2023 -via Google meet @7:15 am

Dues go to pay for membership pins, certificates, NHS graduation tassels and stoles, and scholarships.


NHS Ceremony: May 11, 2023 @ 7 pm in the FWHS Auditorium

*New* -Senior NHS Ceremony slideshow: Please e-mail an electronic version of a baby picture and a current picture of yourself along with your college selection to the below address.  Please forward the pictures by April 28, 2023

Forward all materials to: FWHS.NHS@gmail.com

Community Service Hours - Please drop off a hard copy of hours to P31 or my mailboxes in Townsend or Pequot House.

Seniors due: May 5, 2023 

Juniors due :  May 5, 2023

Community service hours are hours that directly benefit either (1) people experiencing poverty, discrimination, abuse, poor health, old age, and/or physical-mental limitations or (2) the protection of animals or the environment or (3) the tutoring of children in Fairfield County for which an individual does not receive financial compensation or school credit.

Twenty hours of community service must be completed Senior year and Junior year.(After being admitted) Hours from June – May are acceptable and must be completed in the local Connecticut area.  At least five of the twenty hours must be in the form of peer tutoring to a FWHS student. (Juniors- any student in Fairfield County) At least 3 of the peer tutoring hours must take place in the academic center within the FWHS LMC.   ( During the 2022-2023 school year - tutoring may occur over Google MEET or Zoom)



Animal care shelter work

Aquatics/water safety instructor

Camp/outdoor school volunteer

Conservation projects

Crime Prevention

Day care center volunteer

Disabled citizens’ assistance

Fire dept. or Police volunteer

First Aid Instructor

Health service

Hospital volunteer

Immigrant services (bilingual tutoring, etc.)


Leadership (Scout, 4-H. Town summer camps)

Library work

Meals on Wheels

Nursing home volunteer

Park volunteer

Peer counseling

Public housing services

Red Cross volunteer

Service club (Key club, Interact, etc.)


United Way volunteer

YMCA volunteer