National Honor Society

  • 2023-2024 National Honor Society Officers:

    President: Addison Mahnks

    Vice-President: Alyson Price
    Secretary: Maddie Reiner
    Treasurer: Dallas Hamilton


    Senior Members:  Dues are $20 annually and are due by Friday, September 29th

    Senior members who completed summer hours, please have those turned in by Friday, September 29th.

    MEETING DATES: Meetings will be held in the morning at 7:40am in the Excellence Center. If a meeting is missed you may make up that meeting afterschool at 3:30pm in room 119.

    August 17th

    Sept. 14th

    Oct. 19th

    Nov. 16th

    Dec. 14th (Tentative)

    Jan. 18th

    Feb. 15th

    March (No mtg because of Spring Break)

    April 19th


    National Honor Society Fall Induction of new members: Monday, November 6th

    Application Process:

    • All application information will be sent to eligible juniors and seniors by the end of August.

    • Students who are eligible and interested in applying should attend an application meeting that will be held in the Auditorium on Friday, September 1st. These meetings will be at 7:30am and 3:30pm.


    • After attending the meeting, If applicants have any questions about this process, they should see Mrs. Boudreau or Mrs. Palomaki ASAP.  Applicants can also send e-mails with questions.

    Applications are due Tuesday, October 3rd by 3:30PM to Mrs. Boudreau (Room 119) or Mrs. Palomaki (Room 818).

    Requirements for Application:
    Student must be a Junior or Senior.
    Student must have a cumulative, weighted GPA of 3.5 or higher. Student must fully complete the National Honor Society application by the required due date. Application consists of student providing verification of all community service and extra-curricular activities participated in since the ninth grade year. Signatures of coaches, sponsors, and supervisors are required.

    Five evaluation forms need to be given to teachers, coaches, activity sponsors, etc. who can evaluate the student on character and leadership.

    Two essays will be required of each student. Essays cover the topics of how the student exemplifies the qualities of character and leadership. These essays should be typed.

    Completing the application does not guarantee acceptance into the National Honor Society here at PLHS. All applications are reviewed by a selection committee made up of certified staff.

    Requirements for Current Members:

    * Maintain weighted GPA of 3.5 or higher
    * Three service projects are required for this first semester, one of those must be a “board” project.
    *15 service hour requirement for first and second semester. 2nd semester seniors will complete   10 hours as their hours are due early so we can get cords ordered for graduation.
    *If service opportunities come our way, we will post them.

     What should 9th and 10th graders be doing now?

    · Get involved in school and community activities
    · Begin or continue completing community service
    · Maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5
    · Demonstrate solid leadership and character at all times

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    Lori Boudreau
    Jennifer Palomaki