NJHS


 

Brooklawn School district's National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) 

The ideals of scholarship, character, service, citizenship, and leadership are the focal point of this organization. 

Membership in the National Junior Honor Society is one of the highest honors in the nation that can be bestowed upon a student. The  NJHS is a service learning organization that highlights the importance of giving back to one’s community while maintaining a high level of academic standards. Nationally recognized for its contributions to both society and local communities, NJHS is one of the most prestigious organizations for young people in the country.

Our chapter of NJHS will work hard to bring the accomplishments of outstanding students to the attention of parents, teachers, peers, and the community here in Brooklawn.  


 
Adviser
Mrs. Maria Frey

Faculty Council Members

 Mr. Bob Lee  
 Mr. Jim Cordery 
  Mr. Sean Dallas
 Mrs. Jilian DuPont 
 Mrs. Danielle Kirschner


Chapter Officers

President:  Cecelia Mendez
Vice-President:  Ryan Pierman
Secretary: Melissa Ritchie
Treasurer:  Emily Keith 

Current Members

8th  Grade

Sage Barker

Sarah Bonney 

Emily Keith

Ryan Pierman

Melissa Richie

7th Grade

Aidan Coughlin

Sadia Islam

Cecilia Mendez

                                                                                           
How to Become a Member
All Brooklawn students in grades 7th and 8th, as well as second semester 6th are granted membership into the NJHS if they possess the guidelines established by our local chapter. Guidelines include a GPA of 85% or higher and exemplary examples of  scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character. No student will be inducted simply because of a high academic average. Our chapter strives to recognize the well-rounded student – one who excels in all of these areas.

Interested students, that meet the GPA requirement, may apply for membership in February. All applications can be found in Mrs. Frey's classroom or can be downloaded below.  

Council members will rate all applicants in each of the five content areas and those applicants that receive 65+ points out of the possible 75 points will be granted membership.

  

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