National Honor Society (NHS)
NHS is designed to foster a sense of community amongst academically motivated students as well as an avenue to be seen as leaders and promote community service within the school and community. The organization hopes to exemplify these four pillars: character, service, leadership and service.
National Honor Society is a nationwide organization with a select membership. Students who qualify are selected by the National Honor Society Selection Committee. Students display leadership, character, service and scholarship. Members typically participate in planning an NHS Day of Service, volunteer for LT Open Houses, Holiday Write Night and community service projects.
Membership in NHS is contingent on an application process. Once you are accepted as an NHS Member, you should continue to demonstrate leadership during your senior year and partake in community service for a minimum of 15 hours by April 1st. You are required to log your hours in as they are completed so they can be accounted for. Members who volunteer for more than 100 hours within the year are eligible for Presidential Service Awards.
Feel free to reach out to the sponsors if you have any questions.
- Acquire 15 volunteer hours minimum
- Participate in volunteer activities at LTHS
- Log hours into x2VOL within 2 weeks of service to send verification to the sponsors
*Failure to meet above expectations will result in the revoking of NHS membership and students will not be given white chords for graduation.