Attention 8th graders! The National Junior Honor Society is now accepting applications for membership. The NJHS is a program that is involved in various service activities on and off campus. If you are interested in becoming a member please click here to review the application and see if you qualify. If you do, please complete and turn in no later than Friday, September 13th at 11:59 pm.
The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) has established rules for membership based upon student’s outstanding performance in the areas of character, scholarship, leadership, citizenship, and service.
Character: A student who demonstrates integrity, courtesy and respect, embracing moral and ethical principles.
Leadership: A student leader is one who proposes solutions to ever-changing problems; demonstrates strong decision making skills and has a positive attitude.
Citizenship: A student who understands the importance of civic involvement; demonstrates maturity and responsibility through participation with their school and community.
Service: A student who participates in out-of-school activities, volunteering and helping others.
Scholarship: A student who displays academic excellence in rigorous coursework and meets the academic requirements. Sierra Vista’s Charger Notebook states that membership in the National Junior Honor Society requires that a student achieve a GPA of 3.5 in 7th grade each trimester in the 4 core classes with no “N’s” or “U’s” in citizenship. This average must be maintained in 8th grade.
NJHS members are required to attend and participate at all meetings. Meetings dates and time TBD. Members will be required to complete 20 points of volunteer service at Sierra Vista and outside Sierra Vista throughout the school year (information will be given at the first meeting).
Upon acceptance, members and their families are invited to the NJHS Induction Ceremony in the MPR. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Tyson-Etesham at email@example.com or Ms. Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mrs. Tyson-Etesham and Ms. Kim
National Junior Honor Society Advisors