Advisor: Ms. Warren & Mrs. Egner
Meeting Location & Time: Media Center on Thursdays during homeroom-Membership by induction only
Membership in the Audubon Chapter of the National Honor Society is one of the highest honors that can be awarded to a student. Selection to the Society recognizes not only outstanding scholastic achievement, but also the qualities of leadership, character, and service. As in the past, all applicants to the National Honor Society will be required to meet the established criteria for the aforementioned qualities. Consideration for membership in the National Honor Society will be determined from a pool of eligible candidates who will be evaluated by the criteria listed in each of the following areas:
- Consistency of performance
- Grade point average-96.0 minimum
- Strength of schedule
Character: The candidate consistently exemplifies the qualities of honesty, reliability, friendliness, courtesy and respect.
Leadership: The candidate is viewed as a positive role model through his/her involvement in the school community and has demonstrated the ability to share responsibility with others.
Service: The candidate participates enthusiastically in school and community related programs, committees, and activities on a volunteer basis.
Students with a 96.0 GPA or higher will be invited to apply to the Audubon Chapter of the National Honor Society at the mid-year mark of junior or senior year. Members are responsible for upholding the pillars of NHS, attending meetings, completing monthly service hours, tutoring, group projects, and fundraisers.