Why do I want to be in National Junior Honor Society?
NJHS membership is an outstanding opportunity to develop the habits and standards so important to success in high school, college, and a career. Think of it as making yourself #futuready.
What does the National Junior Honor Society mean?
The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. As such, NJHS chapters and students are in schools that care not only about student achievement, but also community engagement.
How do you stay at National Honor Society?
Maintain your GPA. Members of National Honor Society must have a GPA of 3.5 or higher on the 4.0 scale. On a 5.0 scale, this would be at least a 4.375 and 5.25 on a 6.0 scale. On a letter grade scale, this would be at least a B+ and 90% or higher grade average on a 100 point scale.
What do you have to do to be in National Honor Society?
Per national guidelines, at a minimum, students must have a cumulative GPA of 85, B, 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or equivalent standard of excellence. (Each school chapter is allowed to require a higher cumulative GPA.)
What do National Honor Society students do?
The National Honor Society (NHS) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921.
Does National Honor Society count as an honor?
Common achievements like National Honors Society, AP Scholar, and Honor Roll are honors that admissions officers often see fill this section, but they still help demonstrate your academic excellence!
Is honor society the same as National Honor Society?
Most high school students are familiar with the NHS, or National Honor Society. The NSHSS, or National Society of High School Scholars, is an academic honor society with 1.7 million members from more than 170 countries.