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Waller High School Inducts 99 National Honor Society Members

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Waller High School Inducts 99 National Honor Society Members
Waller ISD Community Outreach
September 19, Waller High School (WHS) inducted 99 members to its National Honor Society (NHS). In order to become a member, students must have a 3.6 or better GPA and complete an application, which includes an essay, teacher evaluations, and interview. Students in grades 10 and 11 are eligible to apply. Once inducted, NHS members must maintain a 3.6 or better GPS, complete 36 hours of community service, and exhibit the for pillars of NHS: leadership, scholarship, character, and service.

“One of the most important things members learn from National Honor Society is the value of community service,” WHS NHS Sponsor Kristy Hyatt said. “Students experience the significance of helping others without expecting anything in return.”

Examples of community service projects completed by WHS NHS members include: volunteering in concession stands, helping at churches, volunteering at WARM, peer tutoring, and helping at Waller ISD district and campus events.

“Being a member of NHS helps teach our students leadership and responsibility,” WHS Principal Stephanie Fletcher said. “It is also a great resume builder for them as they start to consider their future.”

2018 WHS NHS Inductees