National Honor Society
The National Honor Society is an organization designed to recognize the student who has achieved in four areas: character, scholarship, service, and leadership.
No one category is more important than another. The student who becomes a member of the society must possess all four
Membership in the Society is open to students in grades eleven and twelve. Students, who have achieved a grade point average of 90 or better on a scale of 0 to 100, will be invited to submit information sheets about their service and leadership in October of each school year.
This information will then be, reviewed by a faculty council consisting of five members. If the student is determined to have met the criteria for membership, they will be informed by letter and inducted into the Honor Society in a formal induction ceremony to be held in November.