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National Honor Society

NHS Members

To be inducted into the National Honor Society is more than just achieving a certain GPA. One must also embody the characteristics of an effective leader. Beyond being a leader, students must demonstrate the good moral fiber of being dedicated to serving others at no personal gain for themselves. This factors into the most important of the pillars: character. To be a member of the National Honor Society, one must be good. Unfortunately, we live in a time where there is much social unrest, and it is easy to be angry and intolerant of others. National Honor Society members should be dedicated to fighting against intolerance and doing what is right, no matter how hard or unpopular it may be. They should serve as examples of kindness, humanity, and goodwill.

Officers: Jessie Larimer (Secretary), Skyla White (treasurer), Lannie Hunt (VP), Ziann Payne (President)

Current members are listed below:
Derrick Armitage
Ezra Black
Reta Borton
Isabelle Caplinger
Logan Caplinger
Sophie Coffenberry
Aliyah Browning (Quill)
Alexia Conrad
Brenden DeLong
Rylea DeLong
Andrew Duska
Haleigh Harrington
Isabella Harris
Lannie Hunt
Michaela Isbell
Whitney Jones
Lilly Kasprzak
Ashley Kefauver
Nadir Langston
Jessie Larimer
Rachel Longbrake
Kylan Ludwick
Frankie Madosky
Kalani Marcus
Conor Martin
Mariam Najeeb
Karly Neff
Ziann Payne
Kim Perez
Trent Renz
Hannah Sandlin
Hussan Shabbir
Colyn Shafer
Ashton Smith
Mallie Steele
Mackenzie Spiess
Sarah Sweet
Abbigayle Taylor
Gabriela Torres Carvajal
Lauren White
Skyla White
Thank you for visiting the online home of the Hamilton Township High School National Honor Society. Here you will find details on what it takes to become a member of this exclusive student organization.

To be academically eligible for consideration for membership in the Hamilton Township High School National Honor Society a student must be a sophomore or junior and must meet or exceed a cumulative GPA of 3.250 on a 4.000 scale. 

This is the first step in the selection procedures. In late February/early March, the eligible student will be asked to submit additional information (by a deadline at the end of March) for consideration by the chapter’s Faculty Council, which will carefully review his or her credentials.

In addition to the Scholarship standard, membership in NHS is also based on standards of Leadership, Service, and Character. To be selected as a member of NHS, the student must demonstrate on his or her Candidate Form and through the evaluations submitted by the faculty that he or she has met or exceeded these additional standards.


If a student is selected to be a member of National Honor Society he or she will be notified during the Tap Ceremony at school in April during advisory period. Following notification at the Tap Ceremony, there will be an evening ceremony in early May for these students and their parents.

If you have any questions regarding NHS or the selection process, you can contact Mrs. Heaton at [email protected].
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