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National Honor Society

NHS Adviser:

Kristen O'Hara



The purpose of the organization is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to
render service, promote leadership, and develop character in the students of Southeastern High School.


Selection Procedures:

The National Honor Society is a national organization which recognizes outstanding high school students.   Our Southeastern chapter accepts applications for new members during the first and second semesters of each school year.  Notification of Eligibility will be given at the beginning of the first and second semesters of each school year. 


Membership in the organization is based on selection by the faculty council and acceptance by the student. Membership is an honor, not a right, and not subject to due process.

To be eligible for selection, a student must be a junior or a senior with a 3.33 or higher cumulative grade point average, and must have been enrolled in at least four academic classes per year including during freshman and sophomore year.  This includes students who attend school at career technical center(s) and/or who are homeschooled.


All eligible students who are interested in being selected for membership in the organization will
complete and submit all application materials as set forth in the National Honor Society Application Guidelines provided by the advisor.


The five-member faculty council shall select members based on the effective demonstration of scholarship, service, leadership, and character as per the submitted application materials, with selection to be made by a majority of votes cast by faculty council members.    


Formal induction ceremony will occur for all inductees in the second semester of each school year.

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