National Honor Society

The four areas evaluated for selection are scholarship, leadership, character and service.

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Leadership includes taking constructive lead in classroom and school activities, promoting worthy and proper school activities, successfully holding school offices and positions of responsibility, contributing constructive ideas which improve the school, definitely influencing others for the good, and showing initiative in his or her studies.

Service includes putting service to others above self-interest, giving time, effort, talents, not for personal gain but for the class, school, or community as a whole, performing committee or staff work, showing courtesy to teachers, other students and visitors, representing the school in various types of competition, rendering service through the school to the community. Service is not based on classroom work, projects, or activities for which grades or pay is given.

Character includes meeting individual pledges and responsibilities to the school and teachers, demonstrating highest standards of attitude toward honesty, reliability, fairness, and tolerance, cooperating with a willing spirit with school regulations, and upholding principles of morality and ethics.

Scholarship includes Seniors having a 3.3 GPA and Juniors having a 3.5 GPA or better and meeting academic requirements (taking all academic classes where available).

Sponsor: Mrs. Gruber

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