National Honor Society

Moderator:

Mrs. Bergin-Sementilli

Ms. Rafferty

Dr. Sullivan
All Activities are open to any student at SFP!
Update for: National Honor Society
 

Service & Leadership Verification Form

Current members of the Franciscan Chapter must be involved in a school activity and complete 20 hours of service by May 4, 2017 in order to receive their yellow cord for graduation.  New members must be involved in a school activity and complete 10 hours of service. However, members can turn this form in early verifying their SFP club/activity and service requirements.  Complete the appropriate boxes, print and have your moderator or service supervisor sign.

service ldshp report-.pdf


2017 NHS SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION:
If you are a senior NHS member in good standing, there is a NHS Scholarship opportunity you may wish to pursue. Please see Ms. Bergin for full details asap but before Monday,  January 23rd.

This year's narrative essay question is:
Describe how the four pillars of National Honor Society have shaped your development. How will you apply these pillars to your future goals?  (Responses should be 400 words or less.)

Students interested in applying must subit their essay to Ms. Bergin (in person) before January 31st.
The top 5 essays received will be put through to the next round of consideration and will be asked to submit completed applications due to the NHS before February 10.


CRITERIA FOR SELECTION to the National Honor Society

Students at SFP are invited to apply for membership in eleventh and twelfth grades.  Students who achieved a cumlative grade point average of 90.00% receive a letter in Cor or at home explaining the criteria for admission.  Seniors are invited in August and must apply in September to receive a decision before Eary Action college deadlines.  Juniors were invited on Friday, November 4th to apply by December 2nd.

Please review the criteria to see if you meet the requirements for admission:

  • Students must be enrolled and/or completed three honors or Advanced Placement classes (one during the year of application);
  • Students must be of good character with no major disciplinary  infraction or honor code violations;
  • Students must be involved in a SFP club or activity;
  • Students must have completed a combination of 35 hours of community and school service (refer to Steps for a Great NHS Application) for examples.

 

Application

Our new intstructional video is under production, but feel free to watch the 2015 video to answer most of your application questions.   Instructional Video

Here are some tips for a successful application Steps to a Great NHS Application.pdf

The online application is now closed

 


Chapter Officers for the 2016-17 school year:

Erica Viscovich, President
Renee Grasso, Vice President
Lindsay Sayour, Secretary