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Deadline quickly approaches to apply for NHS

Varun Saravanan
National Honor Society applications for rising juniors and seniors are open now, but the deadline is quickly approaching. Prospective members must complete the application, including answering questions and getting teacher recommendations, by Friday at 4:30 p.m.

National Honor Society (NHS) member applications for rising juniors and seniors close Friday at 4:30 p.m.

“NHS is basically just gathering all the students in this school that are the most dedicated to academics and also community service,” NHS technology officer, senior Jason Xie said. “And we usually push out lots of opportunities for students to get involved in their community.”

The application is not required of juniors who are already in the program. Rather, it only applies to new members who have not yet joined and are hoping to take part.

Alongside a 4.0 weighted GPA, the application has a few other requirements.

“There is a link to a form you fill out first, before you should make sure to read our bylaws,” Xie said. “We’ll ask you for some of your teachers, so that they can fill out recommendations for you. And that’s just like a simple process, asking them to rate you on a few qualities. And if you have the required GPA, your recommendations and there’s nothing wrong with them, then you’ll just be accepted into NHS.”

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Sadie Johnson
Sadie Johnson, Staff Reporter
Sadie Johnson is a Senior and it is her 3rd year on Wingspan. At school, she is a part of the National Honor Society and several clubs. She spends her time both working in childcare and volunteering at the Frisco YMCA. She loves to binge movies, cook, and listen to music. Sadie loves spending her weekends shopping, eating sushi, and going on walks with her family. She participates in Wingspan as a Staff Reporter and works on Social Media. Contact Sadie:
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Varun Saravanan, Executive Producer
Varun Saravanan is in his third year of Wingspan and first as an executive producer. He's also President of Business Professionals of America on campus and loves to compete in the organization every year. If he's not in Wingspan, you might find him watching as many Marvel movies as he can fit in a schedule. Varun loves to spend time with supportive friends and give back to others through volunteering and charities for communities he's connected to. Contact Varun:

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