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The Charles A. Parcells Chapter
National Junior Honor Society
The Purpose of NJHS as stated in the National Constitution is:
1. To create enthusiasm for scholarship.
2. To stimulate a desire to render service.
3. To promote leadership.
4. To develop character.
5. To encourage citizenship.
The National Junior Honor Society is a national organization established to recognize outstanding middle school students. NJHS is more than just academic; it recognizes students who also excel in leadership, service, citizenship, and character. The Faculty Council has carefully screened each student selected for membership in the NJHS to make sure he/she meets the membership criteria.
FAQs About the National Junior Honor Society
What are the obligations of membership? To remain in good standing, NJHS members must maintain academic excellence, attend monthly meetings and participate in service opportunities. Members must demonstrate continuing leadership, citizenship and character, and must participate in NJHS sponsored activities.
What do members get in return? Members are honored for being outstanding students (members are recognized at the yearly end-of year honor nights), are offered participation in leadership training, and grow as human beings by participating in various school and individual service projects.
How do selected students become members? Students must return their information form by the specified date and be selected by the Faculty Council. An induction ceremony will be held for students to become official members of the National Junior Honor Society.