The National Honor Society is an organization promoting recognition for students with outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, character, leadership and service.
Selection of the National Honor Society (NHS) candidates begins with the publication of the second marking term honor roll. To be considered, students must be juniors or seniors and have maintained honor roll status for three consecutive terms. Candidates are also rated by faculty on leadership, character and service. A member failing to maintain the standards of the NHS is brought to the attention of the faculty advisor and NHS officers and is subject to dismissal. A dismissed member is never eligible for membership in the NHS and must turn in his or her pin, certificate and membership card.