What is the National Honor Society like at Stone Bridge HS?
The National Honor Society (NHS) at Stone Bridge High School is a prestigious organization that recognizes students who exemplify service, scholarship, character, and leadership. Students who are eligible to apply to the National Honor Society will be notified in the first quarter of their junior or senior year. The NHS requires all interested candidates (juniors and seniors) to undergo an application process. Then, if selected, they are invited to attend an induction ceremony in the fall of their acceptance year. Once inducted, students must maintain a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.5. Members will also commit to serving their school and the local community. Please visit their website for more information about the NHS.
Who is the Adviser?
Miss Angela Powner (email@example.com) is the faculty adviser of the NHS chapter at Stone Bridge. Miss Powner's information is in the Staff Directory (linked here). In addition, Miss Powner is continuously vetting potential volunteering opportunities for NHS membership. If you have an event or organization that needs volunteers, please reach out to Miss Powner via email.
Where do current members get updates about NHS events and important deadlines?
All NHS information for current members is in the NHS group in Schoology. Existing members should check this page regularly for updates and volunteering opportunities. Emails are also automatically sent each time a post is made.
What are the critical deadlines and dates for NHS members this year?
Please see the important dates section of this page.
Does the NHS have an annual fee to be a member?
All NHS members at Stone Bridge pay a $20 annual fee. Payments are made online through the Online School Payment Portal; payment link is in the Schoology group or the dues section of this webpage.