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pbms chapter of the NATIONAL
JUNIOR HONOR
SOCIETY

For 7th and 8th Graders

HISTORY OF NJHS

The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is an international student organization that consists of chapters in middle schools (in the range of grades 6-9 depending on the school). The NJHS was founded by the National Association of Secondary School Principals, and today has chapters in the United States, other U.S. territories, and around the world.  To be considered for membership, applicants must reach the five standards which include leadership, citizenship, character, service, and scholarship. The National Junior Honor Society teaches students leadership and citizenship, as well as provide educational opportunities. For the scholarship standard, the student scholar must have a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 from a scale of 4.0. This, however, can vary between schools.

AbbreviationNJHS
Formation1929; 91 years ago
Founded atWebster Groves, Missouri
PurposeTo promote the values of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship within a school
HeadquartersReston, Virginia
Membership (2020)
>1 million
Parent organization
National Association of Secondary School Principals
Websitenjhs.us

advisors & officers

Principal – Ted Banton

Advisors – Nancy Hicks and Emily Jones

Facility Council – 

STUDENT OFFICERS FOR  2020 – 2021

President:   Noah DeHaan

Vice-President:   Claire Madson

Secretary:   Vrinda Rajesh

Treasurer:   Nyah Farrell

Parliamentarian:   Bodhi Sackman

Historian:   Gabby Catlin

Frequently asked questions

Applications for induction for NJHS will be available in January.

We take however many applicants are eligible, there really isn’t a cap. They must maintain a 3.0 for 6th grade and the first half of 7th, and have two teacher recommendations in order to be accepted.

NJHS performs community service opportunities and helps focus on the importance of academics and community involvement.

Contact Ms Hicks or Ms Jones for more information