National Honor Society

Candidate Information Form below - Due no later than March 7. DO NOT STAPLE PAGES TOGETHER.

See the cover letter below with further instructions.

Character:

The student of character:

Takes criticism willingly and accepts recommendations graciously.

Constantly exemplifies desirable qualities of personality including friendliness, poise, and emotional stability

Upholds principles of morality and ethics.

Cooperates with school regulations concerning property, programs, office, and hallways.

Demonstrates the highest standards of honesty and reliability.

Shows courtesy, concern, and respect for others.

Observes instructions and rules, punctuality, and faithfulness both inside and outside the classroom.

Has powers of concentration and sustained attention as shown by perseverance and application to studies.

Manifests truthfulness in acknowledging obedience to rules, avoiding cheating in written work, and showing unwillingness to profit by the mistakes of others.

Actively helps to rid the school of bad influences or environment.

Leadership:

The student who exercises leadership:

Is resourceful in recognizing new problems, applying principles, and making suggestions.

Demonstrates leadership in promoting school activities.

Exercises influence on peers in upholding school ideals.

Contributes ideas that improve the civic life of the school.

Is able to delegate responsibilities.

Exemplifies positive attitudes.

Inspires positive behavior in others.

Demonstrates academic initiative.

Successfully holds school offices or positions of responsibility, conducts business efficiently, and effectively, and is reliable and dependable without prodding.

Demonstrates leadership in the classroom, at work, and in school activities.

Is thoroughly dependable in any responsibility accepted.

Service:

The student who serves:

Is willing to uphold scholarship and maintain a loyal school attitude.

Demonstrates school service by showing consistent participation in LHS clubs/activities.

Participates willingly in some consistent outside activity: Scouts; church groups; volunteer services for the aged, poor, or disadvantaged; family duties.

Volunteers dependable and well-organized assistance, is gladly available, and is willing to sacrifice to offer assistance.

Works well with others and is willing to take on difficult or inconspicuous responsibilities.

Cheerfully and enthusiastically renders any requested service to the school.

Is willing to represent the class or school in interclass and inter-scholastic competition.