Established in 1921, the National Honor Society (NHS) is a prestigious organization that recognizes outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, the NHS serves to honor students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character.
Students can become eligible for membership in the Colton Chapter of the NHS once they have met the following requirements:
- successful completion of the first semester of their 10th grade
- evidence of Scholarship (overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 3.50)
- evidence of Leadership (student government, church, athletics, etc.)
- evidence of Service (community service, church service, volunteering, etc.)
- evidence of Character (personal essay, references, etc.)
Eligible students are notified in writing and must complete an application process to be considered for membership. Students who gain entrance into the NHS attend a county-wide Induction Ceremony held in Tekoa.
2018 Inductees (L to R): Paiton Kirpes, Cyenna Soza, President Ali Hennigar, Chris Wolf, Megan Kay, Kian Ankerson and Jackson Meyer. (Not Pictured: Aiden Daly and Taylor Thomas)
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMEBERS – 2017-2018
Row 1: Tom Wolf, Brady Stout, Maggi Pluid, Jordyn Moehrle, Ali Hennigar, Haley Neighbors, Luke Vining, Reece Chadwick.
Row 2: Mr. Nollmeyer, Advisor, Cameron Bean, Emily Schultheis, Abby Kelly, Ellen O;Toole, Addison Kinzer, Parker Druffel, Georgia Meyer, Francis O’Toole
|2018-2019 Colton NHS Officers|
|Advisor||Mr. Jason Nollmeyer|