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National Honor Society

National Honor Society Inducts New Members into South Haven Chapter

On April 30, 2019, eleven new members were inducted into the South Haven chapter of the National Honor Society. Students must have a certain grade point, good character, and apply for membership into the Society. Each applicant must then be approved by a panel of South Haven teachers in order to be accepted into membership. Congratulations to the new NHS members: Sydney Bacon, Leah Bowlby, Jessica Brown, Alex Carothers, Sydney Hallman, Lucas Kuchar, Hannah Newberry, Madison Smith, Grace Theurer, Slade Wiley, and Cooper Wolf. Congratulations to all the new NHS members!

 

About National Honor Society

The National Honor Society is an honorary organization for senior high students who are outstanding in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Students who have a 3.5 cumulative grade point average after three semesters of course work are eligible to apply for membership (not to exceed four modified classes on a transcript). Eligible students will be notified and given applications for membership. After submitting a letter for the secondary faculty to review, a faculty council will grant acceptance based on the students performance in the four areas. Students who do not apply will not be considered. Any student receiving three negative responses from faculty members will not be granted membership but will be able to apply again if the cumulative G.P.A. warrants eligibility. Sponsor for this club is Mrs.Twaila Wiley.

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