National Honor Society

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  • Welcome to the National Honor Society at Highland Park Senior High School.

    Contact
    hpsh.nhs@gmail.com

    Who are we?
    The Highland Park Senior High School's Chapter of the National Honor Society is part of the national organization, established to recognize academic excellence in students.

    Purpose
    The purpose of this organization is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership and to develop character in the students at our school. The NHS is under the scholarship and supervision of the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP). Scholarship means committing to learning. Knowledge will ensure success and can only be acquired through diligence, study, and effort. Candidates are expected to continually expand their knowledge. Service is the willingness to work for those in need, without compensation or recognition. Candidates should be committed to volunteering their time and abilities to the creation of a better tomorrow. Leadership means taking the initiatives to train and aid others in obtaining an objective. Leaders must be willing to yield their personal interest for the interests of others. Candidates are expected to be leaders, because all the powers and resources in the world are ineffectual without guidance of a wise leader. Character is the force within each individual that distinguishes each person. Character is achieved by the presence of mind to make well informed, respectful decisions in all aspects of life. Candidates should strive to demonstrate qualities such as reliability, honesty, and sincerity.

     

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  •  Welcome to NHS!

    2019-2020 National Honor Society Executive Board

    President: Catie Carlson

    Vice President: Lucy Lipscomb

    Secretary: Joli Lacy

    Treasurer: Olivia Johnson

    Communications: Margaret Feng

    Historian: Aedon Oberdorfer

    Follow us on twitter :  @hp_nhs

    View your attendance and volunteer hours here:  Attendance-nhs

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    Full House Meetings 2019-2020

    Held in the Auditorium from 3:10 to 3:45, on the following dates: 9/11, 10/2, 11/6, 12/4, 1/8, 2/5, 3/4, 4/8 & 5/6

    Scots Stroll

    Students and staff are invited to participate in the Highland Senior tradition - the Scots Stroll! Friday, October 10, during period 7, at the HPSH fields. Donations will be given to Frogtown Farms.

    Trick or Canning

    Please distribute your flyers if you signed up for it!

    Click here to see if you signed up for flyer distribution and which route

    Friday, October 25 at 3:30 pm meet in the Courtyard.  Pease don't forget to bring you car if you signed up to bring it!

    Click here for route map and description

    Benstock

    This is a wide open talent show - we need people to sign up!  Recruit anyone you know who might perform!  

    Tryouts are February 10, February 12 & February 13 at 3:00 pm in the Auditorium the sign up sheet is outside Room 3311.

    Benstock Rehearsal is  at March 11 & March 12 3:00-6:00 pm in the Auditorium

    The show is March 13 at 6:30 pm in the Auditorium - pictures on twitter:  @hp_nhs

    Earth Day Activities

    April 22 Period 7

    Volunteer Hours

    Hours are due on May 1

     


    Facebook Group 
    Please join our NHS Facebook page for news and updates on NHS events by clicking here


    Tutoring 

    Will be done with google collection form.


    NHS Event Photos 
    Click here to view/upload photos from NHS events!


    Faculty Advisors 
    Stacy Hanson
    651.744.3804
    Main Office

    stacy.hanson@spps.org

    and

    Jody Rohweller-Kocur
    651.744-3889

    jody.rohweller-kocur@spps.org


    How do I join NHS?

Volunteer Hours

  • Click Here to Record

    You can also contact Ms. Stacy Hanson in the main office to turn in volunteer hours on paper.

Tutoring

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Executive Board 2019-2020