An application can only do so much to reveal someone’s character. I believe my application leaves much room for discussion, it does not fully describe me. As my resume indicates, I am actively committed to improving the community and helping others. What it fails to illustrate is my resilience, dedication, cooperativeness, and my confidence. I go into situations with an open mind, positivity and a dedication to build strong relationships with those around me. If there are obstacles stopping me from
When I received my application packet to the National Honor Society, my first thought was, “Why me? I’m nothing special.” What changed my mind was looking at the application and, more specifically, the requirements for membership and thinking, “Hey that applies to me!” The prestigious National Honor Society is well – known for its high standards of entry. Not just a 3.8 GPA, but demanding more from its applicants. It not only demands that they have intelligence, but morals, good character, perseverance
to apply for membership to the Anselmo-Merna National Honor Society. I am excited to take on a greater leadership role in my school and community. The National Honor Society is known for creating individuals that will strive to show exemplary character in and out of the classroom now and for future years to come. Scholarship is one of the four very important pillars of National Honor Society. I believe I should be accepted into the National Honor Society because I work very hard to maintain my 3.5
my high school career, I have participated in a large majority of the clubs available to me, and held officer positions in most of them as well. In both the National Honor Society and Medical Connections Clubs I am a member of two and four years respectively, and was elected treasurer of both for the 2017-2018 school year. National Honor Society has also given me many community service opportunities, including helping with the Night to Shine organization and a volunteering at a local nursing home.
selected as an eligible candidate for National Honor Society (NHS), which is based on four pillars of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. When I was 11 years old, I saw my older brother walk across the stage to receive his NHS award. Ever since then, my ultimately goal is to follow his step and accomplish all the requirement while being a great leader and a respectful character by providing useful service. I believe NHS has done terrific things in the society by hard work and dedication therefore
be nominated as a candidate for National Honor Society is not only a great privilege, but a glimpse into the bright future that I aspire to have. Throughout my schooling, I have been extremely focused and dedicated to keeping a high academic record and meeting the expectations of my younger self. Education has always been very important to me. My abilities in school, social settings, and the community make me more than qualified to be apart of National Honor Society. Throughout high school, I have
I see the National Honors Society as a volunteering and discussion opportunity with other diligent students that brings out leadership and encourages service. The one thing I am looking forward to above all others if I am selected to this group is the great privilege it will be to surround myself with other enthusiastic students. Since NHS is a group of motivated individuals I think we really need to push the students who are accepted to achieve even more than they already are and I hope I can become
experience made me realize that I had to initiate leadership because it was my buddy’s first time gardening and I’ve done it before. It was different because it was something simple but behind it was filled with complexities. As a candidate for National Honor Society I see myself exemplifying leadership, service, and character. After graduating from high school, I plan to pursue the career of a Pediatrician. I will pursue this career with leadership, character, and the greatest service I can give. This
immensely, and I yearn to provide others with that same incentive. Each Sunday, I leave church with inspired to try to make a difference in someone’s life that day. Currently, by devoting my time to community services through National Honor Society and National Art Honor Society—to which I am a Co-President of—I am able to spread warmth to others. However, in the future, I imagine myself doing so as a secondary art education teacher. A goal of mine is to make art exciting, the reason why students attend
coaches with various things. I’ve been playing softball since I was 5 and have always loved it. From fifth to twelfth grade I have been on student council and working to make our school a better place. This year I became the vice president of National Honor Society. Getting to work with the community and helping with NHS has changed my life.