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National Honor Society

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  1. National Honor Society

  2. Scholarship • Students who maintain a 3.25 GPA or higher at the end of their freshman year. • Students are invited to join National Honor Society at the beginning of their sophomore year. • Induction ceremony occurs at the end of your first year in NHS. • Full membership occurs at the end of your senior year.

  3. Character • Positive aspects of character include honesty, responsibility, cooperation, and general good citizenship.

  4. Character • NHS members are expected to be leaders around campus and in the community. • NHS members are expected to maintain a clean discipline record and be positive, contributing members of this campus and the community. • NHS members live the ASU Prep Way: Work hard. Be kind. Be smart.

  5. Service and Leadership • The criteria of service and leadership are defined in terms of performance in school and community activities. • Students are required to participate in all NHS activities and fundraisers. • Pay $5 by September 24th

  6. Service and Leadership • Students must also complete 30 hours of community service. • This service must be done during your own time. • You must give of yourself. • Please do not “work” for a family member and consider it service. • First 10 hours must be completed this semester.

  7. What is an Individual service project? • Choose a service project that aligns with your talents and interests. • Must be voluntary (meaning, you cannot t be compensated for your service) • Should not promote a specific agenda (i.e. political, religious, family, etc.) • Should not directly benefit the member or the member’s family. • Can be done in conjunction with other groups on campus or in the community. (Ex: Work with STuGO to organize a campus cleanup.) • If you have questions about a specific service project, speak with your chapter advisor

  8. Why you should join: • Opportunity to help others. • Participate community and club activities with other ASU Prep students. • Goes on your high school transcripts. • Scholarships available for seniors. • Great experience for college applications. • It’s fun!

  9. What you need in order to join: • Read and fill out the blue sheet. • Return it to Ms. Pelotte in Room 262. • Our first all-member meeting is September 10th. We will discus our first fundraiser! We hope to see you there!