Becoming an NHS member recognizes my scholastic achievements but, just as important, it gives me the opportunity to continue expanding my leadership skills, strengthening my character for future challenges; all while simultaneously being of service to my community and my school. I am committed to working hard using my skills and talents to make a positive change in the world. Membership in the National Honor Society gives me the unique opportunity to interact with other like-minded students who will develop into the future leaders of society. When I first became aware
When there is a project in one of my classes I’m always the leader, but I always make sure to listen to my peers’ ideas. Although being a leader can be suitable, it is not about one person taking charge or doing all the work, it is about collaboration of your peers and working as one. In order to contribute to The National Honor Society, I will be pursing others to do well in school to become part of an organization that will help the community and themselves. Therefore, The National Honor Society should find me as a suitable asset to their society.
Getting great grades sets you on the path to a great big world of opportunities. On the other hand, service, character and leadership help separate the stellar, from the great in the final determination. The National Honors Society is an organization looking to recruit all the stellar students, and these kids are the ones who improve the schools and communities of this nation. Kids with character help keep kindness flowing around the world. Along with character, kids that volunteer and provide service for their communities help improve the lives for everyone around them.
I am deeply honored and humbled to be among the brilliant and best students who are being considered for the NHS. I have been looking forward to this opportunity since I was accepted at Brophy. I know that National Honor Society does great things in our world today. I was a part of National Junior Honor Society at Saint Theresa Catholic School and that that has had a huge impact on the person I am today. I believe that I exemplify the four pillars of National Honors Society, those being character, scholarship, leadership, and service.
I am truly honored to be one of the many outstanding students at Seminole High School who are being considered for admission into our chapter of the National Honor Society. I feel that I fulfill the expectations of the Society because I exemplify scholarship, leadership, service, and character in both our school and our community. However, the pillar that I feel that I represent best is service. After more than 130 hours volunteering, I feel that I can truly grasp what service means to our community, and how that service exemplifies one of the pillars of the National Honor Society.
Having character is something that is really important, but to have character you have to have respect and I feel that I have that quality. I represent my school in a respectful manner in and outside out school. With that I feel that I show a lot of character of who I
Within a fellowship of individuals, honor is highly esteemed. The sharing of common attitudes and being united through service, binds a society. Being a member of the National Honors Society would bring me countless opportunities to further my academic career, allow me to give back to my community, and introduce me to accomplished student leaders who have the same perseverance I do. Academics has been a significant aspect of my life ever since I was little, I constantly try and challenge myself with rigorous courses such as honors, AP, and IB courses, I have also been on the honor roll since middle school.
These students volunteer throughout the school and outside of the school. These students participate in extra- curricular activities and maintain an average of 88 or above. NHS students not only want to better
As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, I want to thank each of you for your hard work on behalf of our students. I continue to be encouraged by the progress being made in the classrooms and throughout the buildings. I believe we continue to build a organization that lives out the belief that with our help, each and every child can achieve at high levels no matter their backgrounds. My Thanksgiving wishes for you are that you know how much value you bring to WAPS every day, and how much you mean to our children and to me. When you perhaps pause for a moment of reflection tomorrow, I hope that you too find inspiration in the blessings surrounding you.
We modeled ours club after Miano Elementary Schools Running Club. After speaking with their staff about the positive impact it was having at their site, I feel that it would be of the upmost importance to implement a running club at all of our sites. In conclusion, implementing not only created an active and fun environment for students, it also allowed our staff to interact with parents and community members in a positive manner. Thus, creating welcoming
Medical Assisting Is For Me! Working as a medical assistant can be extremely exciting, all the new things that you can learn all throughout your career and it all starts with school! After I worked as a medical assistant, for about a year, I decided to expand my scope of knowledge, to get certified and begin a career as a certified medical assistant. The diversity, the stable career, the ability to support my son and me, and to allow us to live an independent lifestyle was a major attraction for this career field. The medical assistant career is a good fit for my personality because I greatly enjoy helping others, keeping busy and learning new things.
GBS student recognition celebrates academic excellence and promotes student leadership. Our long-term goal is to create a supportive learning environment which inspires positive outcomes for all students and staff. Each semester GBS publicly praises our students through an honour roll recognition program. GBS selects students who have demonstrated dedication to their academic courses by their high grade point average and their personal initiative to achieve academic excellence.
Teachers, parents, my peers, I welcome you, this fine morning. In addition, I want to congratulate all of my peers because today we graduate and move on to high school. Additionally I want to say that It’s an honor for me to deliver this speech for all of you, on a day that we will all remember, especially me. Not to mention, that today is a joyful day, and just like Joseph B. Wirthlin said ¨ Some memories are unforgetable, remaining ever vivid, and heartwarming¨ and if you did not realize it yet, this memory is under that category.
The title of the most ‘Disorganized, Sporadically Planned, Disaster of an Event of the 2016-2017 School Year,’ must sadly be granted the 2016-17 National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. As a brand new National Honor Society Inductee, I was honored with the chance to attend this prestigious event and found myself leaving dissatisfied and disillusioned. The National Honor Society is a well-respected and important organization in the academic community, one that students work hard to achieve enrollment in and colleges view with respect and admiration. The Induction Ceremony is meant to honor these students dedication and scholastic work ethic and pay homage to the Honor students that have come before us. I had much been looking forward the event as a way to show my family how much effort I have poured into my highschool career.