NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
National Honor Society is a prestigious organization founded upon the four characteristics of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. At The Woodlands High School, membership in NHS is reserved for seniors. Students who qualify scholastically will be asked to complete a survey during the spring semester of their junior year. The survey is designed to highlight the qualities of character, leadership, and service. A Faculty Council reviews the survey forms and votes to determine who receives an invitation to join NHS.
The Faculty Council invites students to become members of NHS based on the following criteria:
- Scholarship – a student have maintained a cumulative GPA of 4.100 for the first five semesters of high school.
- Leadership – a student should exhibit leadership qualities and be involved in leadership activities each year.
- Service – a student must participate in several activities each year that provide services to school and to the church or community. Because the National Honor Society is a school organization, at least a portion of the service component must be school related. Jobs are not considered service activities under NHS guidelines.
- Character – a student should have a good attitude and be honest, responsible, fair, courteous, tolerant, and cooperative.
Faculty Sponsors: Peggy Cashion