NHS welcomes new underclassmen members

Just+a+couple+weeks+after+NHS+applications+were+due%2C+underclassmen+students+received+acceptance+emails+Monday.+New+members+will+be+inaugurated+at+a+ceremony+later+this+year.
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NHS welcomes new underclassmen members

Just a couple weeks after NHS applications were due, underclassmen students received acceptance emails Monday. New members will be inaugurated at a ceremony later this year.

Just a couple weeks after NHS applications were due, underclassmen students received acceptance emails Monday. New members will be inaugurated at a ceremony later this year.

Sarah Phillips

Just a couple weeks after NHS applications were due, underclassmen students received acceptance emails Monday. New members will be inaugurated at a ceremony later this year.

Sarah Phillips

Sarah Phillips

Just a couple weeks after NHS applications were due, underclassmen students received acceptance emails Monday. New members will be inaugurated at a ceremony later this year.

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It might not have the same impact as getting one from a college, but underclassmen received their National Honor Society acceptance letters via email on Monday at 5:00 p.m.

“It’s a good credential to have as it showcases that you’re dedicated and engaged student in the school, so I think it’ll be really beneficial when colleges, look at it on your application,” sophomore Tom Punnen said. “I felt pretty confident after I sent the application, as I had fulfilled other requirements but it was subjective to these teachers who chose that shows up kids but I was happy when they sent out the results.”

Requiring a 4.0 cumulative GPA and leadership, service, and character, senior Brooke Saltar says there are benefits to being in NHS.

“NHS is a really great way to enter into a school community and meet different people in the student body,” Saltar said via text. “A lot of the volunteer opportunities are a lot of fun and it always makes you feel good when your help out the community, not to mention it will be a nice addition to your college resume.”