National Honors Society

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National Honors Society

Rachele Hardin

Rachele Hardin

Rachele Hardin

Brynn DeLuca, Staff Writer

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The National Honors Society (NHS) meets the first Thursday of every month. It is strictly run by students who learn independence, but advised by staff. The club is welcoming new members in the spring. The National Honor Society is eligible for juniors and seniors who have achieved high academics, outstanding scholarships, leadership, service, and a GPA of 3.6 or higher.

As said by the sponsor, Rachele Hardin, the club was created for four main reasons,”The four main purposes have guided chapters of NHS from the beginning. One, to create enthusiasm for scholarships. Two, to stimulate a desire [to] render service. Three, to promote leadership. Four, to develop character in the student of secondary school”.

The NHS promotes these purposes by helping students involve their lives in community service, preparation for college, and leadership programs.