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National Honors Society Induction Ceremony Recap

The four lit candles representing the four pillars of NHS.

National Honors Society is a nationwide club run through many high schools. National Honors Society has many requirements to meet in order to be accepted into the club, those requirements include: Being in your junior or senior year of high school, and twenty-four hours of community service from ninth grade through the present. Have and maintain a GPA of 3.5, and be a good example through school so your teachers will vote you in.

 It is known that once you join the National Honor Society, you are more likely to be accepted by the college of your choice, for example, when it comes down to you or another, they will choose you if you are in the National Honor Society rather than the person that is not. February 2, 2023; National Honors Society is holding another induction ceremony for incoming members of the club. At the induction meeting, current members will walk aside an incoming member across the stage where they will officially be a part of the National Honors Society. After all the inductees are inducted, the officers (president, vice president, etc.) will talk about the National Honors Society. 

Member Clare Morrissey had a few words when asked if she thinks the National Honors Society is beneficial. “I would recommend to any incoming freshmen and sophomores to get their community service house in so they can be a part of NHS! NHS is a club that makes one look unique in the eyes of college admissions administrators, could be the one thing that makes them choose you over someone else!” 

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