plus, on my last year at A.B. Davis Middle School, I have merited the Triple C award from the Westchester Attorney General. As you can see my academic performance is deep rooted with a solid foundation. I have maintained my GPA while volunteering at religious programs, and participating in other activities such
I would like to start off by saying some thank yous to those who made this day possible. To my parents for the much needed love and support To my family and friends and to the people who helped with my eagle project And thank you all for attending my court of honor Over the past 13 years, scouting has taught me a lot of things that will stay with me the rest of my life. It has taught me, don’t use gasoline to start a fire. I’ve learned that being an eagle Scout isn’t just a title, but a way on how to live your life. Since 2008, when I joined Boy Scouts, I’ve made so many friends and memories that I will never forget.
Gaston scout attains rank of Eagle Scout Rob Wallace of Gastonia has risen to the rank of Eagle Scout, the ultimate achievement for a Boy Scout. Rob’s first scouting experience was as a seven year old Tiger Cub. He then continued his scouting adventure through Wolf, Bear, and Webelos until eventually reaching the highest level of scouting. A ceremony to award Rob his rank was held recently at Gastonia’s First Presbyterian Church. During his scouting career Rob earned 28 merit badges, the God and Family, and God and Me awards.
One past leadership position that I held in high school was the presidential seat of National Honor Society. Through this leadership position, I’ve gained communication skills between teachers and fifty students in the organization. I’ve promoted and facilitated community service activities. I’ve also learned to engage actively with colleagues and branch out of my comfort zone, especially when it is something I am passionate about. As the president, I delegate responsibilities to board members that I worked closely with to achieve the organization’s goals.
I believe that I exemplify the four pillars of National Honors Society, those being character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Ever since I was inducted into National Junior Honor Society, the four pillars of NHS have shaped my life and are probably the reason I was accepted at Brophy. As a leader I hope to be able to use my position
At work, if people need something they will generally come to me before my boss because 95% of the time I am am able to help them. In Boy Scouts I served as a patrol leader for a group of about ten boys, leading them on camping and hiking trips. I also held the position of Assistant
I am honored to be selected as an applicant of the Westlake High School National Honor Society. I would seek admittance to the National Honor Society because I wish to give back to the community and being part of this organization will assist me in my career path. The National Honor Society is built upon four pillars which are character, scholarship, leadership, and service. I believe I posses the characteristics embodied by the four pillars of the National Honor Society because I have solid study habits such as reviewing my notes and paying close attention in class. I am a well mannered student who always comes to class on time and prepared to learn.
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. Volunteering at the Bay Pines VA Healthcare System truly cemented what my perception of what service is.
I am extremely honored to be considered for the National Technical Honor Society. I have been looking forward to this moment for two years now. I strongly believe I would be a good candidate for NTHS because, I am a dedicated hardworking student who strives to be the best I can be. I also believe NTHS would be a great benefit not only towards my scholastic abilities but also to my character. As a student, I have set high standards for my future, focusing on my studies and looking forward to college.
“Yes, I have to be apart of this.” was my immediate thought when I opened the letter. I did a lot of research and asked a few people about what I would need to take part in this group. “The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation 's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.” quoted from The National Honor Society website. I want to be more than an outstanding student.
To be among the esteemed students who are being considered for the National Honor Society is a privilege in itself. To be a member of this society, one that prides itself in strong leadership, excellent character, and a dedication to service is increasingly desirable. This organization is known for recognizing students with exceptional grades and characters, and I hope to further the impression it has made, as I have worked diligently to stand out among my peers. I dedicate myself to my schoolwork, and I feel that my results are a reflection of that. Last trimester, I received a grade point average of 3.9.
The first of my short-term goals is to graduate high school as a participant in the National Honor Society. The National Honor Society is a program high school students apply for and if they are accepted, gain multiple benefits from. Accepted students must have have high GPAs, multiple hours of community service, be considered strong leaders within their community and by their peers, and be of good character. It is my goal to become a member of this program because not only does it help with college applications, but it also challenges me to improve my strengths and weaknesses. More specifically, I’m wanting to it to push me to be more involved in the community resulting in improved leadership skills.
October 12th, 2014. That was the day I had my Eagle Scout Court of Honor. That was the day that I stood in front of my Boy Scouts troop (Troop 470), my friends, and my family to celebrate my achievement of reaching the highest rank in Boy Scouts. I first joined Cub Scouts while in the fourth grade. From the very beginning of my scouting career, I heard about the goal that every Boy Scout sets for himself, but only about five percent ever reaches: the Eagle Scout rank.
I am deeply honored to be given the opportunity to join the National Honor Society and be among some of the most exceptional students in our school. Being given this opportunity shows my family and myself that I’ve truly worked as hard as I can to succeed. Growing up around adults with a good work ethic has taught me to see the reality in life. Working hard will help create a better future. I not only work hard in my classes but I also participate in sports which gives me the experience of being a leader.