National Honor Society
National Honor Society represents one of the ultimate achievements for a high school student. Selection is built upon the pillars of scholarship, leadership, service, and integrity. The Legacy Charter High School National Honor Society has the expectation that all of its members represent the highest quality of students who are committed to serving their community, being leaders in academics, and models of excellent character.
Each member must maintain a weighted G.P.A. of 3.5 with no grade lower than a “C” within the last two semesters, be a member of the Junior or Senior class in good standing including community service hours, exemplify the standards and policies of Legacy High School including attendance (no more than 2 unexcused absences per school year), and be approved by the faculty council. Members are responsible to complete a service project each year that will support academics at Legacy High School or Hope Charter School. Hours used to complete the project may be used to fulfill Legacy High School community service hours. National Honor Society graduates will be honored by wearing the official stole and notation will be made during the graduation ceremony. Nomination will occur second semester during a student’s junior year. Seniors who have achieved the requirements may be inducted at this time, as well.
Occasionally, due to poor decisions, lack of community service hours, or waning grades, a student may be put on probation. Students who desire to remain in NHS and wear the official stole at graduation must rectify the situation within the current quarter.
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