National Honor Society

Last Updated: 4/24/2019 1:54 PM


Advisor:  William Roth
Officers for the 2019-2020 school year:
President                     Emma Hirsch
Vice President             Cameron Levis
Secretary                     Emma Carson
Treasurer                    Aidan Bohac
Sergeant-at-arms        Kim Banak
Selection Process:
The National Honor Society is a national organization for the recognition of students with outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
To be considered for selection into the National Honor Society, a Lakewood High School junior or senior must meet the following criteria:
  • Student has earned a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.500.
  • Student has submitted a letter of interest and a resume of activities to support leadership and service (by an established deadline).
  • minimum of 24 service hours 
Candidates will be rated by LHS staff based on leadership, service, and character.
Final selection into the National Honor Society shall be by a majority vote of the Lakewood High School NHS Faculty Advisory Council, the members of which are appointed annually by the principal.
Please note: To be eligible for consideration, students must be enrolled at LHS for at least one semester immediately preceding the selection process.

Dismissal Procedures:
Members who fall below the standards, which were the basis for their selection, shall be promptly warned by the chapter advisor or principal and given a reasonable amount of time to correct the deficiency (poor grades and/or lack of participation in chapter’s activities). In the case of flagrant or continued violations of school rules or civic laws, a member does not necessarily have to be warned prior to being dismissed. However, in all cases of impending dismissal, a member shall have the right to a hearing before the NHS Faculty Council.