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National Honor Society (NHS)

National Honor Society is an organization established to recognize outstanding high school students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of leadership, scholarship, service, and character.

The program is open to seniors, juniors and sophomores who have demonstrated academic mastery of their curriculum by earning a minimum cumulative quality point average (QPA) of 3.90 at the completion of the first semester of the current school year will be eligible to apply to the National Honor Society.

For more information regarding the application process as well as student expectations, click on the following:

Once accepted and inducted into the National Honor Society, a commitment to leadership and volunteer work is expected.

Students must continue to participate in school and community activities; students must complete and verify 12 volunteer hours per year; students’ GPA may not drop below 3.9; students must attend monthly meetings (during activity period); students must also participate in NHS activities and events including future NHS inductions. Failure to complete all member requirements will result in removal from NHS. Students and parents must sign NEW MEMBER AGREEMENT upon acceptance.

Specific questions may be directed to NHS advisors Charlene Galovich (cgalovich@marsk12.org) or Erin Linden (elinden@marsk12.org).