12—MILAN — The faculty and staff of Edison High School helped celebrate the achievements of 37 seniors and 19 juniors Thursday at the school's annual National Honor Society induction. This recognition is the highest honor you can achieve at Edison High School. Twenty students were inducted into full membership after meeting the criteria for Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character set forth by the Constitution of the Edison High School chapter of National Honor Society. The seniors this year choose to continue the project started last year, which was adding color to Edison High School by putting a fresh coat of paint on classrooms that needed it. The new members of Edison High School's chapter of National Honor Society are: Brady Barker, Ciera Barnicle, Julianna Burnham, Claire Daniel, Peyton Facemire, Alexandria Focht, Dana Gore, Kyle Grech, Max Hermes, Maxwell Hoover, Payton Koelsch, Natalie Leimeister, Delaney Lococo, Brienna Marcy, Ava Miller, Morgan Moon, Marina Moore, Kalli Quillen, Allison Vogus, and Kelly Wilson.
The Hall High School National Honor Society held its induction ceremony April 20. The National Honor Society is a prestigious club. Its members must be outstanding in service, leadership, character, as well as scholarship. Potential candidates fill out activity sheets and then a select group of teachers (selected on a rotating basis) score the applicants based on service, leadership and character. All National Honor Society members and parents were honored at a reception immediately after the ceremony in the gym lobby.
KING — The National Honor Society at West Stokes High School inducted new members on May 2. Stokes County Schools Superintendent Dr. Brad Rice was the keynote speaker. Principal Dr. Sam Jones, Assistant Principal Jamie Mabe and faculty advisor Samantha Bowen also addressed the candidates. In order to join the National Honor Society, students must meet high standards for scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Invitations are extended annually to juniors and seniors who have demonstrated significant academic achievement by earning a weighted grade point average of 3.80 or higher.
ROCHELLE — In a candlelit ceremony on the auditorium stage Monday night, 23 students were inducted into the Rochelle Township High School Chapter of the National Honor Society. Established in 1921, the National Honor Society (NHS) is the oldest and most respected student recognition organization in America. Membership in NHS distinguishes students who have committed themselves to the pursuit of academic excellence, community improvement, and personal development. While academic achievement is a core component of the NHS, today’s students need much more than just good grades to get ahead. The NHS focus on service, leadership and character helps students build the skills and the relationships to accommodate success throughout academic years and beyond.
On Monday evening, the Montevideo High School hosted a ceremony to induct new students to the National Honor Society. Junio: Caitlyn HarlowSeniors: Jessilyn Enevoldsen, Lily Hamilton, Isaac Moravetz, Bradyn Schultz. After new members were inducted, current members each gave a brief speech thanking an educator from the district that most influenced them in their time at Montevideo High School. To become members of the National Honor Society, students must have a GPA of 3.5 or higher on the 4.0 scale. The National Honor Society benefits include assistance with college application processes, and more availability of scholarships.
(WDAM) - Pearl River Community College student Leah Schultz, of Pass Christian, was recently awarded a $1,000 Scholarship from the National Technical Honor Society. She recently graduated from the Dental Hygiene program and has accepted a position at a dental clinic in her hometown. “PRCC has been a great family to be a part of during my time here.”Schultz, who graduated from Pass Christian High School, was a member of Phi Theta Kappa and the National Technical Honor Society during her time at PRCC. “Leah was always dependable, got along with all of her classmates,” said Donna Lunn, one of Schultz’s Dental Hygiene instructors. She had a great rapport with her patients.”Since 1984, NTHS has been the honor society for Career and Technical Education, serving high schools, career centers, community & technical colleges and universities.
Forty Fort Dodge Senior High students were inducted into the National Honor Society recently. Junior and senior students are selected based on criteria from the pillars of scholarship, character, leadership and service both in and out of schools. “Ideally we are trying to get students who are not just strong academically, but also involved citizens and good people,” said National Honor Society Adviser Ryan Takatuska. “Membership in the National Honor Society recognizes students for their achievements in scholarship, character, leadership and service,” Takatsuka said. “Ours (FDSH) is set at 3.5 and you can become eligible for membership as a junior and or senior,” Takatsuka said.
The Washington Township High School Chapter of the National English Honor Society, under the direction of adviser Jen Wells, hosted its first in-person induction ceremony on April 13, recognizing the scholarship and talents of 60 new inductees. “The members of the WTHS chapter of NEHS are inducted because of a love of English, in all its forms, and a personal responsibility to share that love with others,” WTHS executive board member and WTHS senior Thomas Tait said. “It’s an honor to be a part of an organization that puts love and pride into my favorite subject. Coming together to celebrate English language arts is truly a gift.”“The NEHS induction ceremony was filled with English scholars equally passionate about the subject as me,” junior Jessica Wei said. I look forward to collaborating with my peers and pursuing the mission of the National English Honor Society.”Send community news to [email protected]
For immediate releaseWhitman-Hanson Regional High School National Business Honor Society students were showcased in a recent video following the NBHS induction ceremony. (Photo Courtesy Whitman-Hanson Regional School District)WHITMAN — Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak and Principal Christopher Jones are pleased to announce that several Whitman-Hanson Regional High School students were recently inducted into the Whitman-Hanson National Business Honor Society. The Whitman-Hanson National Business Honor Society inducted the students into the association on Wednesday, March 23. The National Business Honor Society (NBHS) is an academic honor society that helps to recognize business students at the high school level. “I would like to congratulate all of the students inducted into the National Business Honor Society,” said Business and Technology Teacher Julie Giglia.
On April 29, forty-three Elkin High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society during a ceremony held at the Dixon Auditorium. National Honor Society is the nation’s premier organization established in 1921 to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. Lindsey Edwards, current NHS secretary, lit the candle of knowledge of truth and conducted the induction of new officers. At the end of the ceremony, all inductees said the following National Honor Society pledge together to show their commitment to the society.
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How many students are inducted into the National Honor Society?Membership. Over one million students are estimated to participate in the National Honor Society. NHS and NJHS chapters are found in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, many U.S. territories, and Canada.
What does it mean to be inducted into an honor society?Being a member of the National Honor Society shows that you are among the best students in your class, not just in terms of academics but also in terms of leadership, service, and character. It shows a commitment to community service projects and provides you the opportunity to network with like-minded peers.
How many National Honor Society members are there?The National Honor Society (NHS) is an organization for high schoolers that promotes leadership, service, character, and scholarship. There are over one million students participating in NHS activities today, in all 50 states and territories of the United States.
What does it mean to be inducted into the National Honor Society?The National Honor Society (NHS) elevates a school's commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921.
Is Honor Society and National Honor Society the same?Although NHS and NSHSS both have the term “Honor Society” in their name, there are significant differences between the two organizations. What is this? The National Honor Society was established in 1921 by the National Association of Secondary School Principals.
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