• The National Honor Society is a student organization that...

    • Is composed of juniors and seniors of high character and scholarship who desire to better their community through leadership and service.
    • Promotes and provides opportunities for further student involvement in community service and school leadership.


    Benefits of being a member of the National Honor Society:

    • It is an outlet for creative volunteer and leadership work.
    • It provides an organized way for students to give back to the community.
    • Colleges and universities nation-wide recognize NHS members for their demonstration of academic and extracurricular excellence.


    Requirements per year:

    • Annual dues of $20
    • 20 individual volunteer hours (minimum), including 5 tutoring hours - record of hours with non-family/friend adult signature(s) confirmation completed in part by late January and in full by early May
    • 10 hours (minimum) participation in various chapter-wide projects
    • Attendance at biweekly chapter meetings (see handbook for meeting schedule)



    • The application window spans the first and second weeks of school in September.
    • Applications are reviewed and new members selected by a panel of anonymous faculty members.
    • Minimum requirements for application:
      • junior or senior status
      • completion of at least one semester at CHS
      • 3.5 cumulative GPA
      • current enrollment in at least one Honors/AP course
      • successful completion of at least two Honors/AP courses if applying as a junior
      • successful completion of at least three Honors/AP courses if applying as a senior
      • demonstrated dedication to leadership, scholarship, character, and community service

    (Please note: meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee selection)

  • Adviser:

    Brianna White




    Erika Lewis