National Honor Society

MSMHS NHS Advisors:
Mrs. Vanessa Cronin, Mrs. Michela Keith

The National Honor Society is an organization that recognizes students who demonstrate outstanding accomplishments in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. It is an honor for any candidate to be considered and selected. Responsibilities are most visible by the service projects performed by the National Honor Society members. Other responsibilities not so clearly visible are the varying forms of individual service projects; continued academic success; and the continued presence of positive leadership and character as exhibited by each member.

In order to be considered for selection, candidates must have a cumulative weighted grade point average equal to a 3.70 (or higher) at the end of the fifth semester of high school. The selection process occurs in the spring of junior year and candidates will be judged in all four areas.

Incoming MSMHS students should aspire to the National Honor Society as they consider their academic and personal goals. As soon as students enter our high school the record of their academic and personal achievements begin. During junior and senior years, candidates are asked to reflect on their previous high school experiences prior to being selected.

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