PurposeThe National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organizations established to recognize outstanding high school level students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since the beginning in 1921.AnnouncementsSenior NHS members must complete 20 hours of community service, including four hours of tutoring by Friday May 11, 2018. Members who do not complete service hours will be considered "inactive" and will not be recognized as NHS members at graduation. Turn in a record of your service hours to Mr. Evans as soon as they are completed.Homework Club - Room 320, Monday through Thursday, 3:40-5:00Community Service Opportunities
Midway High School National Honor Society Selection Process
1. Students who are academically eligible (a cumulative GPA of 97.0) for NHS will be notified in February of their junior or senior year.
2. Students will complete an activity sheet that is used for faculty evaluations.
3. Faculty returns evaluations scoring students in areas of leadership, character and service.
4. Results from each teacher are totaled and presented to the Faculty Selection Committee.
5. The Faculty Selection Committee approves the list of students for induction.
6. Approved students will receive invitations to the induction ceremony.
7. Students are formally inducted into NHS at the induction ceremony in April.