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      National Honor Society
         Adviser: Ms. Michele Memis                       
          Hours Log Sheet 
          The National Honor Society is an honorary organization to which students are elected on the basis
          of four qualifications: Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. The function of the NHS
          is to provide service to the school community. 
          NHS Activities
          NHS membership requires that every member complete 15 hours of community service each semester.
          Of these, 10 are free to be chosen by the student. The remaining five are divided between NHS's main
          school service programs: tutoring, in or out of school, and ushering various performances at the high
          school. Hours are turned in to the NHS president or vice president at the end of the semester, to be
          ultimately reviewed by the adviser. 
          Applying for Membership 
          Students are eligible to apply for NHS membership in the 11th or 12th grades, given a minimum
          cumulative GPA of 93 and participation in a variety of extracurricular organizations and service
          activities. The applicant must also present two letters of recommendation, not from teachers or
          family members. Inductions are held in the fall of an accepted applicant's junior or senior year. 
          Further questions about NHS activities or membership may be directed to Ms. Memis, mmemis@gpsd.us.
Last Modified on February 2, 2021