Leah Grisafi, 558-6040, email@example.com
Honor Society helps students continue in the development of skills in leadership, service, scholarship, and character. Scholarships and college entrance are possible benefits to its members. Members wear honor cords at graduation and have their names starred in the program. Academic letters are available.
The opportunity to join the UHS branch of the National Honor Society (NHS) happens every year with new applications from students with 3.5 cumulative GPA or higher due by April 2, 2021. In order to join, students will submit an application, write an essay, have four (4) University High School teachers email Mrs. Grisafi with a brief recommendation, and pay $4.00 dues online.
New members will receive their induction certificate to NHS and their academic letter (district academic award). Returning NHS members will receive a torch for each year they are a current member: current means dues are paid and students are holding a 3.5 cumulative GPA (advisory classes do not count). GPA’s will be checked after final grades post after the 3rd quarter.
To become a member and maintain active member status, students must:
- Fill out an application
- Write an essay
- Pay $4.00 dues per year; contact Mrs. Grisafi (firstname.lastname@example.org) that you would like to pay online; the business office will then be contacted and a “fine” will be placed on your account. Dues can be paid via the school’s website under: Athletics/Activities, then a tab on the right will show pay dues/fines.
- Normally, NHS students must complete 20 hours of community service; because of COVID, the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 school years are exempt from any community service.
- Application, essay, and dues for all new and recurring members are due by Friday, April 2nd.
All forms can be found and sent through Google classroom, code: blknozc
Please contact Mrs. Grisafi, email@example.com, with any questions.