National Honor Society
In the early 1920's, a committee was formed to recognize and honor outstanding high school students. Today, it is estimated that nearly one million students participate in the National Honor Society. National Honor Society chapters can be found in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Canada, and many U.S. territories.
Four main purposes have been the foundation of the National Honor Society for the beginning: "To create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary schools." These four purposes also serve as the criteria for membership into the National Honor Society.
Membership in the National Honor Society is one of the highest honors that any student can achieve during their high school careers. The inducted student help with the delivering of the presents from the Angel Tree as well as serve at the Education Foundation Banquet in the spring. The induction ceremony takes place during the Honors Banquet in May in the Old Gym. The National Honor Society is advised by Sarah Nereson Foldoe.
National Honor Society Website
President- Megan Fuglseth
Vice President- Carter Mosher
Treasurer- Megan Bryn
Secretary- Grant Kaste
Seniors- Megan Bryn, Megan Fuglseth, Quin Hasler, Dana Dufault, Danielle Dufault, Grant Kaste, Anna Olson, Carter Mosher, John Larsen, Josie Christian, Jaden Christianson, Arielle Capes, Emily Larsen, Ginnie Sannes
Juniors- Lauren Harstad, Marlee Steffes, Anne Sykes, Jordan Van Den Einde, Camryn Larson, Natalie Christian
Sophomores- Bailey Mulcahy, Michael Stuhaug, Harmon Liebl, Andrew Wadsworth