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National Honor Society

What is the National Honor Society?

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.

The National Honor Society started in 1921 by an association of principals. It was the first honor society created across the country. At almost 100 years old, the NHS is one of the most well-known educational and leadership groups.

NHS members are held at a very high standard and will participate in volunteer opportunities within our community. We will do fundraisers and donate most of the proceeds towards charity organizations such as the National Alzheimer's Association. 

To be eligible to apply, students must have a cumulative GPA of a 3.0 or higher. Eligible candidates will be notified via email (remote/virtual students) or letter (traditional students). To be accepted, eligible members must fill out the Google Form that was attached to the letter via the link. Faculty members will give their input on each student, and then a decision will be made on acceptance into NHS. There will be an induction ceremony where members will be officially sworn in to the club. 

Am I eligible?

To be eligible for NHS, you must be a sophomore, junior, or senior with a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher. 

If you received an eligibility letter, please join our Google classroom with the code: gfk4q67

Eligible candidates must submit their forms before 8 AM on 9/4/20. NO Candidate Forms will be accepted after 8:00 AM, and the survey will close. The faculty council will be reviewing Candidate Forms from September 7-11. All applicants will be notified of acceptance or rejection by 4:00pm on September 15th. 

NHS
Adviser

Farryn Cooper

Email: fcooper@ecsdfl.us

Phone: (850) 463 - 0955

Room 427