National Honors Society

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National Honors Society

NHS Members

NHS Members

NHS Members

NHS Members

Emma Welter, Staff Writer

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Are you curious about NHS? Or do you even know what it is? Well let me tell you, NHS is a program here at FHS and it consists of juniors and seniors that apply and have a GPA of 3.5 or higher. NHS stands for National Honors Society and it’s a great club to be involved in. In this club you volunteer in the community and help out with school events like the FHS blood drive. To get into NHS, you need to fill out an application which tells us about your leadership and volunteer experience. You can volunteer wherever you want but there are many options to volunteer in just the Farmington community. Places like the writing center, tutoring, concessions, security for sports and more are great ways to help volunteer for the school. But keep in mind you need 15 hours of volunteer work per trimester and to letter in NHS, you need 20 hours per trimester. I myself am not in NHS but I tagged along on a trip to Feed My Starving Children. That was such a great way to help the community and the world. I loved that experience and was glad I got to come along. Getting into National Honors Society is a great goal to have and I hope you can achieve it!

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