National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) was established in 1921 nation-wide, but only recently at STHS. This club makes it a mission to promote "leadership, scholarship, service and character" among members and works to complete a number of service projects every year.  NHS selects members during winter of their sophomore years based on GPA and teacher recommendations, then subjects them to a grueling application process that results in a team of extremely devoted students.  The work doesn't stop after induction, however.  To remain part of the club, members must complete at least 20 hours of community service every year, maintain a 3.8 GPA and assist the club in its many service-oriented endeavors.  Besides the satisfaction of a job well done after each service project, members enjoy serious college applications boosts and scholarships resulting from membership in such a prestigious organization; all college-bound students should consider membership in this club.  

National Honor Society meets in Ms. Miller's Room, A-9, every Wednesday, during lunch.  Please contact staff advisor, Mrs. Miller, at: with any questions.