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National Honor Society


Welcome to the National Honor Society at Highland Park Senior High School.


Who are we?
The Highland Park Senior High School's Chapter of the National Honor Society is part of the national organization, established to recognize academic excellence in students.

The purpose of this organization is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership and to develop character in the students at our school. The NHS is under the scholarship and supervision of the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP). Scholarship means committing to learning. Knowledge will ensure success and can only be acquired through diligence, study, and effort. Candidates are expected to continually expand their knowledge. Service is the willingness to work for those in need, without compensation or recognition. Candidates should be committed to volunteering their time and abilities to the creation of a better tomorrow. Leadership means taking the initiatives to train and aid others in obtaining an objective. Leaders must be willing to yield their personal interest for the interests of others. Candidates are expected to be leaders, because all the powers and resources in the world are ineffectual without guidance of a wise leader. Character is the force within each individual that distinguishes each person. Character is achieved by the presence of mind to make well informed, respectful decisions in all aspects of life. Candidates should strive to demonstrate qualities such as reliability, honesty, and sincerity.


 Welcome to NHS!

2023-2024 National Honor Society Executive Board

President: Nuria Rodriguez Foster

Vice President: Ella Johnson

Secretary: Ellery Miriam

Treasurer: Kate Reubish

Communications: Ava Arredondo 

Historian: Aurelia Parranto

Follow us on twitter :  @hp_nhs

View your volunteer hours here:  

Check your volunteer hours here


Full House Meetings 2023-2024

**Attendance is mandatory, but we will keep our meetings to 15-20 minutes, once a month in the auditorium.  Please email PRIOR to the meeting if you are unable to attend for any reason.  Members are only allowed 2 EXCUSED absences for the year.

9/13, 10/11, 11/8 12/13, 1/10, 2/7,  3/6, 4/17, 5/8


NHS Events (all members are required to participate in ONE event per year)

-Homecoming Tailgating

October 7th, 2023

-Scots Stroll

October 18th, 2023

-Trick or Canning

 October 27th,  2023


March 15th,  2024

 -Earth Day Activities

April 19th, 2024


Volunteer Hours

Hours are due on April 26th, 2024


Facebook Group 
Please join our NHS Facebook page for news and updates on NHS events by clicking here


Will be done with google collection form.

NHS Event Photos 
Click here to view/upload photos from NHS events!

Faculty Advisors 

Jody Rohweller-Kocur

How do I join NHS?

Volunteer Hours

Please record your volunteer hours here...fill out the Google Form completely.

Volunteer Hours Google Form

A reminder that all members need 25 hours per membership year in NHS.  All hours for this year are due on April 26th, 2024.

Volunteer Opportunities

**Please see our NHS Group on Schoology for all updates on Volunteer Opportunities.

Executive Board 2022-23