NHS discussing grades

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Students pass out papers about some requirements for the next meeting. The next NHS meeting will be announced.

Alexis Zachary

National Honor Society had a meeting after school on Feb. 4 about what members need to do to stay in NHS, which included maintaining a GPA of 3.3 or higher.

“The National Honor meetings are pretty cool because I usually miss practice for a few minutes,”   Romel Spight (12) said.

NHS is a networking, sharing ideas, and discussions on topics of interest with other class members. Colleges like to see NHS on a college application. However,  it can be stressful to maintain grades and earn 20 service hours. Most students are in sports or they have work and might have a hard time because sports, school, work and getting all their service hours in, can be time consuming.

“It made me feel good to be apart of National Honor Society. It made me realize I am an above average student,” Marina Vasquez (12) said.

NHS meetings are in the LGI room after school around 2:15 p.m. once a month.