Families and friends gathered to witness 100 students be inducted into the Elgin High School chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) in a ceremony at the school Thursday evening.
I really think that I am very qualified for National Junior Honor Society. I have seen students of NJHS making things for the community and I always join or support them because I think that helping others is a need, not an option. I like helping people, I like taking leadership and I would like to encourage others to change the world, that’s why I think that I am eligible for NJHS.
The function of an organization such as National Honor Society is to train the youth of today on how to be the leaders of tomorrow. I believe that the best way for anyone to learn is by example, and to serve others. National Honor Society is an organization based on leadership. Whether a leader in a family, a business, a school, or even a public service position, the best way to lead, is to be an example to others. I believe that serving others is one of the most important and lacking parts of society and the world that we live in today.
I am very honored and proud to be considered as an applicant for the National Honor Society. I am aware that this is an honorable and distinguishable organization and that not everyone has such an opportunity. I believe that I would be a valuable and serviceable member to the Nation Honor Society organization at my school, Piedmont Community Charter School, as well as within the community.
The National Honors Society allows students to be build and create traits that are essential in a successful adult. I truly believe that hold many of these traits and joining the National Honor Society will grant me the opportunity to expand on these traits and grow as a person. Thus far I have focus greatly on the scholarship aspect of NHS and have been dedicated to my academics. I have held my GPA above 4.0 and have always been devoted to maintaining that high level of academic success. The skills I have shown in devoting myself to my academics can be easily translated into my dedication for the other aspects of leadership, service and character. Having previously held a officer role in the National Junior Honor Society I have gained experience
I’ve been wanting to join this prestigious organization since I first heard of it back when I was in middle school. What I’ve heard about the National Honors Society is that if you’re chosen, you have the opportunity to apply for more scholarships than others. Like any other ambitious student,
I believe I would make a great candidate for the National English Honors Society because I share the beliefs of the mission statement in multiple ways. I have always loved literature and will remain interested in it. I believe in building a community of academic achievers as well as trying my best to be one. I try to excel in all that I do by maintaining high grades and also being part of the community outside of school. English has always been one of my favorite subjects and I am looking forward to sharing my love for English with others.
It is a honor to be invited to join the National Junior Honors Society. I believe I have the qualities to be excepted. I am a leader, have good character, participate in my community through service, and a good citizen. Therefore, I should be accepted into the NJHS.
I was thrilled when I received my letter informing me that I was eligible for National Junior Honor Society. NJHS provides numerous opportunities for me to improve upon my character development, leadership skills, and citizenship. Involvement in NJHS will allow me to hear other students’ ideas and provides me additional opportunities to give back to my
National Honor Society is an exceptional organization that promotes and motivates accomplished, versatile students. In order to qualify for National Honor Society, I believe one must have the mindset of a leader accompanied by examples of a strong moral character to support it. I have been demonstrating these qualities as an ambitious students before I began high school. Throughout my entire educational career, I have always strived to be the absolute best I can be. This includes challenging myself by always taking the highest level classes that are offered and maintaining Honor Roll. Furthermore, I am a very goal oriented person and committed to achieving my dreams. For example, when I was in the 6th grade, I was introduced to the North
I would love to be considered for English Honor Society. I believe I am a very responsible and respectful student who always tries her best with everything. I will contribute a lot to this group and be more involved in our community.
I feel very distinguished to be among the exemplary students who are being considered for the National Honor Society. I strongly believe that this society does many great things in the society by helping many people and I hope that I can play an important role in improving the impression it has created.I would be excited to join such a society because of the limitless opportunities it would present to me and allow to me to grow as a reputable person and do as much as I can for the greater good.
In order to maintain a membership in the National Honor Society, each individual must follow these principles and guidelines provided by the Belgrade High School National Honor Society. Consequently, in not doing so you will be removed from NHS.
NHS serves those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. NHS is a great opportunity for students to serve the community. I have plans to improve MHS National Honor Society and make it even better. To make NHS better I would make sure that students get to know everyone and not just stay with their friends, I would make sure that the service projects are helpful to the community, and I would make sure that the activities interest the students into coming.
We are proud to inform you that you have been identified as being academically eligible for consideration for membership to the National Honor Society. Eligibility is determined by your cumulative grade point average, which must meet or exceed our chapter’s standard for scholarship -currently a cumulative GPA of 3.0, as well as a minimum of 30 service hours. You have met these criteria and can be proud of this personal achievement. This is the first step in the selection process.