2022 NHS Scholarship Recipients (2022)

NASSP, parent organization of the National Honor Society, is proud to announce the winners of the 2022 National Honor Society Scholarships!

Every state in the U.S. is represented among the winners, along with the District of Columbia and our overseas chapters. These students, all members of the class of 2022, were chosen from among thousands of applicants.

National Winner | $25,000

2022 NHS Scholarship Recipients (1)

Evan Osgood
Loveland High School
Loveland, OH

During the pandemic, Evan Osgood’s twin passions for technology and helping others inspired him to start not just one nonprofit but two. After teaching himself how to make masks in accordance with CDC guidelines, Evan established SOSforPPE, a nonprofit through which he makes and ships PPE assembly kits to those interested in making masks. In addition to filling a need for protective equipment, he has also sought to address COVID learning gaps in STEM subjects. That’s why he started STEMsForYouth, a nonprofit committed to improving access to STEM and narrowing the digital divide. Evan has met with senators, representatives, and government officials to discuss increasing access to STEM education. But he has done more than just talk. He has also taught students from low-income families the computer programming skills and engineering concepts they need to build their knowledge of STEM subjects.

NHS Pillar Winners | $10,625

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Pooja Muthuraj
Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School
Richmond, VA

When Pooja Muthuraj learned about how some girls lack access to menstrual hygiene products, she established a local chapter of PERIOD, an international organization dedicated to ending period poverty and stigma around the world. Through this organization, Pooja and other students lobbied for two statewide bills mandating that public schools provide free period products in their restrooms, and both bills passed in March 2020. Pooja also co-founded her own nonprofit, Teen Polytx, which seeks to bridge divides between high school students from different sides of the political aisle by fostering communication and encouraging conversations about pressing societal issues. Through this group, she moderates monthly discussions open to high school students from across the state, and the organization has connected over 60 high school students through meaningful discourse.

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Ethan Sandoval
La Salle High School
Pasadena, CA

Ethan Sandoval lives and breathes one NHS pillar in particular: character. A few years before he earned a Presidential Merit Scholarship to attend La Salle High School, a private high school in Pasadena, CA, he was diagnosed with T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia and endured almost four years of life-saving treatments, which left him with a permanent physical disability of foot drop. For two years, he has served as an officer of the Key Club. He was inspired to join because of the club’s fundraising work for a cause that’s close to his heart: the Pediatric Trauma Program. This year, he was nominated to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Students of the Year Program. Ethan has channeled his resiliency and strong character into taking advantage of academic opportunities available to him. For example, through community college courses and Stanford University’s Summer Session, he has learned five different programming languages, and he plans to study computer science in college. Ethan is also the co-captain of his school’s Robotics Club, a Patrol Leader in Boy Scouts, and the founder of his school’s American Red Cross Club.

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Alyssa Speelman
St. Labre Indian Catholic High School
Ashland, MT

Alyssa Speelman dedicates much of her time to serving others in her community. She volunteers to help the elderly and fundraise for charities, and she serves as the captain of her school’s volleyball team. Through her work with Braves Ink, a student-run organization that creates clothing items for local schools, towns, and sports, Alyssa, along with her Braves Ink classmates, led efforts to design a shirt that brings awareness to the epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW), with all proceeds donated to assist victims’ families. One project especially close to her heart is the making of casket covers. As COVID-19 took many lives in her community, Alyssa made these covers for grieving families to place them on the caskets of their loved ones. Each cover is designed to reflect the deceased’s personality, including artwork of things they loved or their Native names, and to honor their life and help their families heal.

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2022 NHS Scholarship Recipients (5)

Owen Zhang
Bellaire High School
Bellaire, TX

When Owen Zhang was five years old, he lived through the 2009 Urumqi riots in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China. After coming to the United States, he drew from his experience witnessing discrimination and human rights violations to create a nonprofit, Project Lights, Camera, Action, which promotes educational opportunities for Uyghur children and raises awareness about their plight. So far, the organization has donated $9,000 and more than 90 cameras to help Uyghur children document their struggles for the world to see. Owen’s activism does not stop there; he spends much of his time advocating for other causes he is passionate about. He founded a second organization, iEngage, to inspire social responsibility in young people through camps focusing on project-based learning and volunteering.

Finalists | $5,625

2022 NHS Scholarship Recipients (6)

Zion Alexander
Ridge Point High School
Missouri City, TX

Zion’s passion for and dedication to his community is evident throughout his work and in the mission of the nonprofit he co-founded, the Called to Serve Collaborative. The organization distributes food items to those in need throughout the Houston area. Through his engagement in various community initiatives, Zion has spearheaded efforts to raise significant funds for St. Jude Children’s Hospital, March of Dimes, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and the Sickle Cell Association of Texas Marc Thomas Foundation. He has held numerous leadership positions, including Texas DECA District 3 president, St. Jude Leadership Society, and vice president of his school’s NHS chapter.

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Queen Balina
Winston Churchill High School
Potomac, MD

After observing that her high school was receiving negative news coverage for race-related incidents, Queen co-founded her school’s Restorative Justice Student Coalition. The students in the organization focus on the pursuit of courageous conversations and the proactive prevention of future discrimination. Queen’s work led to the convening of more than 200 circle conversations involving all students enrolled in the school, and she has since received the Princeton Prize in Race Relations and earned an internship in related work. Among her many other pursuits in leadership, Queen is a Youth Advisory Councilmember for PeaceJam, a program in which Nobel Peace Prize Laureates mentor youth to change the world. Through this program, she co-founded an initiative that raised $10,000 for girls’ job training in Ghana.

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Ethan Chiu
Syosset High School
Syosset, NY

Ethan Chiu believes in the power of young people to change the world. That’s why he founded Next Generation Diplomacy, a nonprofit aimed at transforming the world through youth-oriented cooperation on United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. With hundreds of members worldwide, the organization works to end poverty and protect the environment, especially the fundamental right to clean water. Ethan is also the president of the Syosset Red Cross Club, and he is the Resources and Social Media Lead for the American Red Cross National Youth Council, creating resources for over 125,000 volunteers. Ethan has served as an intern for state legislator Josh Lafazan and he’s worked as a research assistant at Mt. Sinai, exploring uveal melanoma treatments. He looks forward to working in medicine and advocating for policies to make healthcare more accessible and comprehensive.

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Evanna Dominic
Blue Valley Southwest High School
Overland Park, KS

Evanna Dominic is one of the first women in America to earn the distinction of Eagle Scout. For her Eagle Project, she hosted a food drive for Community for Kids, a Blue Valley-based nonprofit located in Overland Park, Kansas. This non-profit works to alleviate food insecurities for students ages K-12 in the district. The food drive accumulated more than 2,000 food items and 105 food kits for the organization. Evanna also serves as a North Region Executive and Blue Valley Southwest District Executive for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life campaign. Evanna has overseen the district foods committee while working with teams from across the nation to support them in their fundraising initiatives. She also has served as the Kansas Business Professionals of America State Treasurer since 2020, generating social media content and partaking in service outreach projects to benefit communities. Evanna is also the president of her school’s Diversity Club and ReBEl club. For Diversity Club, Evanna has initiated various projects such as sticker selling projects in which the club designs and sells stickers to celebrate cultural months while giving back to nonprofits. The club has donated to nonprofits such as Trevor Project, Thurgood Marshall College Fund, Hispanic Heritage Foundation, Asian Pacific Fund, and Mothers Against Police Brutality. While serving as the president of ReBEl Club, a nonprofit that encourages self love and promotes gender equality, she advocates for the beauty in everyone. She also works with “Seat Belts are for Everyone” or S.A.F.E. to conduct surveys on seat belt usage and the dangers of distracted driving. As a member of Sources of Strength, a universal suicide prevention program, Evanna works with her school and community to provide resources to at-risk students. For her efforts, Evanna has been recognized as a 2022 Coca Cola Scholar.

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Lia Haile
Lincoln High School
Manitowoc, WI

Lia Haile founded her first service club, My Hopeful Hearts, when she was nine years old to benefit the children at her community’s homeless shelter. When the shelter outgrew its space in 2017, Lia launched the Hope House Capital Campaign to fund a new place that would allow families to stay in a safe, stable environment. That year, she wrote letters to organizations and politicians for donations, held fundraisers, and gave 37 speeches, ultimately raising more than $700,000. Lia also founded Backpack Buddies to serve Manitowoc’s foster care program and Learning with Heart to provide free STEM summer school classes to underserved children. Lia is president of the Mayor’s Youth Action Council, vice president of Key Club, historian of her school’s NHS chapter, project coordinator of KAN Cool, Inc., an advisory board member at Southfield Learning Center, a graduate of the Manitowoc Chamber Leadership program, and Lincoln High School’s very first Carson Scholar. Lia also works at Pinecrest Historical Museum, where she is the youngest person to ever hold a supervisor position.

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Caroline Holtman
Wall High School
Wall, TX

Caroline Holtman has leveraged the strength of her local 4-H club to make a difference in her community. She has served as the president and vice president of the Tom Green County 4-H Council and helped raise awareness of the benefits of 4-H with events and activities, such as clover art projects for children at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts. In her capacity as a 4-H officer, she has worked to save lives in her community by educating parents about how they can combat teenage vaping in their own families and beyond. She also volunteered with the San Angelo Meals for the Elderly, giving presentations and encouraging donations to provide fresh food to seniors in need. And Caroline herself has collected food. In the last two years, she amassed almost 4,000 pounds for her local food bank.

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Evan Hsiang
W. B. Ray High School
Corpus Christi, TX

Evan Hsiang gives new meaning to the phrase “well-rounded individual.” A running enthusiast, a passionate pianist, and president of the Science Club at his school, Evan is committed to leadership and service for the good of his community. In Corpus Christi, he engages in fundraising opportunities for a variety of nonprofits, plays piano for residents at a home for the elderly, volunteers at a local food bank, and still manages to find time to tutor peers in math, biology, chemistry, and physics. A top speech and debate student, Evan has shown an interest in public health and public policy. For instance, he has volunteered at the Corpus Christi Urology Group and Cancer Center, where he created a research project, “Operation Tinkle,” that incorporated sound therapy to help cancer patients having difficulty with urinary flow.

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Addie Jones
Harrison High School
Harrison, AR

Addie Jones is the founder of Bright Beginnings Books, a nonprofit dedicated to spreading the love of reading by giving free books to children. Addie got her start fundraising at garage sales and holding book giveaways out of the back of her mom’s car. Since then, her organization has distributed over 6,500 books to children across the country and abroad. In her home state of Arkansas, she has developed numerous local and state partnerships, working with groups such as the Arkansas State Police to distribute books in police cars as a means of comforting children in crisis situations. Her passion for her school and community is apparent in her numerous leadership positions: vice-president of the Arkansas Association of Student Councils, president of Junior Auxiliary Crown Club, and board member of the Boone County Imagination Library.

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Paridhi Latawa
Liberal Arts and Science Academy
Austin, TX

In middle school, Paridhi accompanied volunteers to lead mentorship sessions at Title I elementary schools, where she witnessed how a small amount of support beyond classroom learning could spark curiosity and a lifelong passion for STEM learning for motivated but underserved students. This realization inspired her to create SparkED, a nonprofit focused on increasing education equity and scientific literacy in underprivileged communities. Paridhi has led SparkED to equip more than 2,000 young people in 11 countries with $50,000 worth of free STEM resources. In addition to her work with SparkED, Paridhi advocates for other causes important to her, including reducing preventable disease and advocating for gun control.

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2022 NHS Scholarship Recipients (15)

Norah Laughter
Greenwood High School
Bowling Green, KY

A co-leader of the Kentucky Student Voice Team, Norah Laughter is a fierce advocate for ensuring students are represented in decision-making processes. When the state’s schools received their stimulus funds, Norah conducted peer interviews and intensive research to understand students’ perspectives and communicate them to administrators. She also co-wrote, “The Co-Creation Generation,” a case study focused on translating students’ powerful insights into concrete suggestions to increase civic engagement in intergenerational partnerships outside of school. She is involved in leadership positions throughout her school, serving as president of Science Club, editor-in-chief of the school’s literary magazine, secretary of her NHS chapter, and a student ambassador. As a member of the Science Club, Nora competes in Science Olympiad, Physics Olympics, and FTC Robotics. Nora has a passion for writing and graduated from the Governor’s School for the Arts in Creative Writing with a concentration in poetry.

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Kayla McFail
Harmony Science Academy
Carrollton, TX

After seeing how depression and mental health concerns impacted those close to her, Kayla was inspired to start a Dictation for Depression chapter at her school to support anyone in the community struggling with depression. Through this chapter, she has created a safe space for her peers to discuss the impact of depression and has raised awareness with the goal of reducing suicides in her community. Kayla also serves as vice president of the Help for Humanity organization, which advocates for issues relating to people of color, and works to find solutions and support for those involved. She is currently collecting funds to jumpstart a community wellness cabinet stocked with free food and essentials for those in need. Kayla serves as a mentor for third grade students, helping to improve the student’s literacy and reading proficiency. Kayla aspires to a career as a neurosurgeon, crediting the pillars of NHS for her growth. Kayla is the vice president of her student council, a Girl Scout Ambassador, and a volunteer at a senior community center and library.

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Kaci Mundorf
Mercy Academy
Louisville, KY

Kaci Mundorf is the founder of Ninas de Jesus (NDJ), a charitable organization that raises money and collects items for Pasitos De Jesus, a girls orphanage in the Dominican Republic. After she visited the orphanage when she was 11 years old, she decided to start NDJ to help young girls like herself have a better life. In the years since, NDJ has grown in part because of a joint fundraising effort with the University of Louisville Baseball Team. Ever the charitable entrepreneur, Kaci also launched Give PROPS (Positive Reinforcement of Personal Strengths), an initiative to provide awareness for improving self confidence and self-esteem in young women. Through this initiative, she’s hosted in-person events and harnessed the power of social media to share messages of self-worth to clubs and classes at her high school. Kaci also serves as secretary of her student council and has supported breast cancer awareness and suicide prevention by participating in races and fundraising events.

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Swetha Pendela
South Forsyth High School
Cumming, GA

When Swetha sees a way to make a difference, she takes action. She has initiated the start of four different chapters of national nonprofits in her community, including Make-A-Wish Georgia, Tutoring for A Difference, Words of Thanks, and The Urban Garden Initiative. With Make-A-Wish, she plans to continue her service from whichever college she attends, by advising the chapter on how best to grant wishes for children in need. Swetha continually seeks out service and leadership opportunities, and serves as the president of her school’s Key Club, Beta Club, and UNICEF chapter.

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Celie Rayburn
Oxford High School
Oxford, MS

Celie Rayburn founded an organization, Chargers Helping Chargers (CHC), at her high school. Her goal is to help students become civic-minded by encouraging peers to serve their community. CHC has fundraised for many local initiatives, such as helping a family who moved to her town after their evacuation from a hurricane in which they lost all of their belongings. Celie is also a peer health educator for “Reach. Inspire. Support. Empower.” (R.I.S.E.), a peer-to-peer wellness education initiative committed to the overall well-being of the Oxford School District community, particularly high school freshmen. When she’s not working on service projects with her peers, Celie serves as the captain of her tennis team, the president of Junior Auxiliary Crown Club, a volunteer at an assisted living home for patients with Alzheimer’s disease, and a board member of the Oxford University United Methodist Youth Council.

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Hannah Shin
North Allegheny Senior High School
Wexford, PA

Hannah Shin’s commitment to senior citizens and to people with disabilities knows no bounds. Her devotion to her Korean grandmother, “Halmoni,” has inspired her work with the elderly. She has coordinated programming at the Pittsburgh Korean Senior Center for elderly immigrants. And she has played the flute for her church’s fundraising concert in support of the Eugene Bell Foundation, which provides medical aid to tuberculosis patients in North Korea. Hannah is also the sole high school student on the Community Advisory Board to support Carnegie Mellon University faculty and students in designing accessible and autonomous vehicles for individuals with disabilities. And she volunteers with the Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh, where she helps people with intellectual disabilities. Hannah also tutors children from low-income families and English-language learners. Somehow, she has found time to revive her school’s dormant Science National Honor Society chapter, of which she is president.

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Olivia Turman
Cabell Midland High School
Ona, WV

Olivia Turman tirelessly advocates for those in need. Through her local Lions Club, she had the opportunity to chair and execute Barboursville Park’s Interactive Trail for the Visually Impaired. This is a mile long hiking trail suited with many different components to provide safe recreation for the visually impaired members of her community. She has also led many projects to provide resources to many different organizations, including local food banks, a foster home shelter, as well as her local city mission. Olivia is active in several other clubs, including Student Council, Science Olympiad, Key Club, and Beta Club, where she has been afforded many opportunities to organize and participate in service projects. As president of her NHS chapter, Olivia has given information to her members about service opportunities they can partake in, including 5k-races, charitable kickball tournaments, and working with the volunteer fire department, even though her chapter lacked an advisor for much of the year.

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Emma Ventresca
North Catholic High School
Pittsburgh, PA

Emma Ventresca is the founder of Defendámonos, a nonprofit devoted to providing free, bilingual self-defense education. She has combined her Latina heritage with her passion and expertise in Taekwondo—she’s a black belt and a Sa-Ba-Nim (master instructor)!—to provide her community with the opportunity to learn self-defense skills while embracing their culture. She is also head of her school’s Mock Trial prosecution counsel and served as a lead actress, choreographer, and dance instructor for her school’s Drama Club. During quarantine in March 2020, she made a short film that included interviews with 20 young adults discussing ways to take a stand for inclusivity in a trying time. Her film, “Our Generation,” was one of 10 films nominated for “Best Quarantine Diaries” in the All American High School Film Festival.

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Stephanie Wang
Seven Lakes High School
Katy, TX

Stephanie is the co-founder of Kid Teach Kid, a nonprofit organization with a mission to “build a free online learning platform that provides high quality academic classes and learning opportunities to all students (K-12), taught by their high achieving peers.” Her interest in STEM-related subjects – with a special interest in epidemiology – has influenced most of her service and advocacy efforts, including the founding of Project Unmasked, a national public health education campaign to combat misinformation. Stephanie also co-founded the Houston chapter of INTEGIRLS, a national nonprofit promoting female/nonbinary student representation in mathematics through contests and other educational opportunities. Among Stephanie’s many other notable achievements is writing an epidemiology textbook.

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Avia Webber
Saucon Valley Senior High School
Hellertown, PA

Avia Webber’s own experience with adoption has motivated her to help other children who have been adopted or are currently seeking families to adopt them. She is the founder of The Made of More Project, a nonprofit which runs service projects and offers educational resources for youth in need of adoption across the globe. Avia also serves as president of the Student Problem Identification and Resolution of Issues Together (SPIRIT) Council, which creates fundraisers for local community organizations. And she led the creation of Diversity Week, which enables students at her school to learn about the various cultures in their community. She has raised tens of thousands of dollars for causes including battling cancer, funding hospitals, and supporting families in need.

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Jaxon Wicks
Hilldale High School
Muskogee, OK

Jaxon Wicks is committed to making a difference in his community. He has volunteered on a mayoral campaign in the city of Muskogee and participated in initiatives to increase education budgets and teacher salaries and promote youth involvement in local government. Currently, he serves as an intern in the mayor’s office. By volunteering at his church, Jaxon has developed relationships with the church’s youngest members and serves as a role model for them. Jaxon also serves on the board of a nonprofit that helps children in the foster system, and he volunteers with youth from area churches to fix the homes of the underprivileged for free.

Semi-Finalists | $3,200

Student NameSchoolCityState
Jazmin AbouelsaadSteinert High School EastTrentonNJ
Avery AdcockProvidence SchoolJacksonvilleFL
Noor Al Zahraa HachemAmerican Heritage School-Upper SchoolPlantationFL
Malak Al-NoubaniMansfield Summit High SchoolArlingtonTX
Melani AlanisRoyal High SchoolPattisonTX
Alexandra AlbertoMiddletown High School NorthMiddletownNJ
Jack AlbrightBoyertown Area Sr High SchoolBoyertownPA
Leah AlfordJackson High SchoolJacksonOH
Orleane AlimaGeorge Ranch High SchoolRichmondTX
Nicole AllenSpringville Sr High SchoolSpringvilleUT
Adeeba AllimullaNewark Charter High SchoolNewarkDE
Chloe AndersonKenton High SchoolKentonOH
Jacey AnglinPermian High SchoolOdessaTX
Grace Anne McCooeyRumson Fair Haven Regional High SchoolRumsonNJ
Marie Anne Tarrab DabbahCascade High SchoolTurnerOR
Betania ArceMedical Academy For Science and Technology @ HomesteadHomesteadFL
Gianna ArchuletaAdvanced Technologies AcademyLas VegasNV
Gauri AroraCosby High SchoolMidlothianVA
Emely ArredondoCamden County High SchoolCamdenNC
Alysa ArthurThomas Jefferson High SchoolCouncil BlfsIA
Gabriel AscherWautoma High SchoolWautomaWI
Callie AsperBoiling Springs High SchoolBoiling SpringsPA
Zachary AstrowskyChaparral High SchoolScottsdaleAZ
Tamara AttishaInternational AcademyBloomfieldMI
Steven AustinHarvard High SchoolHarvardIL
Mehir BadlaniCentral Bucks High School SouthWarringtonPA
Olivia BajaliaProvidence SchoolJacksonvilleFL
Dimitrios BakatsiasHighland High SchoolHighlandNY
Srivi BalajiMeridian SchoolRound RockTX
Ashley BaoCab Calloway School of the ArtsWilmingtonDE
Alicia BareMountain View High SchoolQuicksburgVA
Valentina Baredes[emailprotected] Biscayne Bay CampusNorth MiamiFL
Lauren BartelGulliver Preparatory SchoolMiamiFL
Allison BartholomewProvo High SchoolProvoUT
Judy BattsRaytown High SchoolRaytownMO
Blaine BaxterJupiter High SchoolJupiterFL
Eliza BealesUnion High SchoolRooseveltUT
Hailey BeardenConway High SchoolConwayAR
Lexie BelgradBASIS PhoenixPhoenixAZ
Jasmine BellCato Middle College High SchoolCharlotteNC
Astrid BellNorthland Preparatory AcademyFlagstaffAZ
Madison BellHarrison High SchoolHarrisonAR
Olivia BenefieldCabot High SchoolCabotAR
Michael BenoitRiverdale High SchoolPort ByronIL
Madeline BentonElk City High SchoolElk CityOK
Hannah BeranSkutt Catholic High SchoolOmahaNE
Cathrine BeshaySpruce Creek Sr High SchoolPort OrangeFL
Anna Beth MuckGeneva School of BoerneBoerneTX
Brynna BeutkeWoodland Community SchoolStreatorIL
Lailah BiasCentral High SchoolFort WorthTX
Kaia BiekerHarlan Community High SchoolHarlanIA
Marcela BillingsleaColegio Interamericano HS GuatemalaCiudad DE GuatemalaGuatemala
Aspen Bilton-GregoireWhitney Young Magnet High SchoolChicagoIL
Nathan BingamanImbler SchoolImblerOR
Lindsay Birckhead-MortonSnow Hill High SchoolSnow HillMD
Marykay BirtcilRandall K Cooper High SchoolUnionKY
Lucille BittellMinnetonka Sr High SchoolMinnetonkaMN
Aaron BlackAngleton High SchoolAngletonTX
Skyler BlessmanDallas Center-Grimes High SchoolGrimesIA
Samantha BogerPalos Verdes Peninsula High SchoolRolling Hills EstatesCA
Brooklyn BokanMcDonald High SchoolMc DonaldOH
Abhiram BommineniAllen Nease High SchoolPonte VedraFL
Charlotte BottLoch Raven High SchoolBaltimoreMD
Maryem BouatlaouiCentral High SchoolPhiladelphiaPA
Madeline BoulosDeer Lakes High SchoolCheswickPA
Abby BowlingPatterson Mill Middle High SchoolBel AirMD
Paige BowmanBarrington High SchoolBarringtonIL
Jaina BrandonAuburn High SchoolAuburnIL
Kate BrassellColorado Early Colleges ParkerParkerCO
Brooklyn BraunerSevastopol High SchoolSturgeon BayWI
Kyra BrennemanCreekside High SchoolSaint JohnsFL
Mary BriamonteHolmdel High SchoolHolmdelNJ
Tristen BriskyColumbus Sr High SchoolColumbusWI
Ashley BrownGoodrich High SchoolGoodrichMI
Jonathan BrownConnecticut IB AcademyEast HartfordCT
Bianca BruckerPatterson Mill Middle High SchoolBel AirMD
Madison BrunaHanover High SchoolHanoverKS
Lauren BucaroLaguna Hills High SchoolLaguna HillsCA
Shiloh BurgerDolores High SchoolDoloresCO
Addyson CampbellGrace Community High SchoolTylerTX
Katherine CannonNorth Augusta High SchoolNorth AugustaSC
Shana CareyRed Lion Area Sr High SchoolRed LionPA
Kailie CarrigeeDestrehan High SchoolDestrehanLA
Gabrielle CarterMount Carmel AcademyNew OrleansLA
Anna CastilloColegio Interamericano HS GuatemalaCiudad DE GuatemalaGuatemala
Dylan CatonLake Havasu High SchoolLake Havasu CityAZ
Jenna CecilSheldon High SchoolSacramentoCA
Adelin ChanNorth Quincy High SchoolQuincyMA
Sonali ChandyPerkiomen Valley High SchoolCollegevillePA
Spencer ChangMountain View High SchoolVancouverWA
Saanika ChaukNorth Allegheny Sr High SchoolWexfordPA
Ryan ChenHillcrest High SchoolMidvaleUT
Cristine ChenL&N STEM AcademyKnoxvilleTN
Cassandra ChorbaRoy C Ketcham Sr High SchoolWappingers FallsNY
Kristin ChunIsland Pacific AcademyKapoleiHI
Chase ClarkSouthwest Guilford High SchoolHigh PointNC
Lane ClavelRoy High SchoolRoyNM
Korben ClawsonMeade High SchoolMeadeKS
Hannah CluroeHamilton High SchoolChandlerAZ
Dechen CohenGeorgia Cyber AcademyAtlantaGA
Kenzi CombsMeadowbrook High SchoolByesvilleOH
James ConleySalesianum SchoolWilmingtonDE
Kaylin CookCascade High SchoolClaytonIN
James CookPoint Pleasant Borough High SchoolPoint Pleasant BoroNJ
Kaylee CooperSumner High SchoolSumnerWA
Connelly CowanMount Pleasant High SchoolMt PleasantTX
Ashley CrawfordArchbishop Murphy High SchoolEverettWA
Jonna CrockerHowell High SchoolFarmingdaleNJ
Reagan CrowLufkin High SchoolLufkinTX
Stephanie CunninghamBunnell High SchoolStratfordCT
Harper CunninghamA & M Consolidated High SchoolCollege StationTX
Jason CzaplewskiWestmont High SchoolWestmontIL
Medina DanishTemecula Preparatory SchoolWinchesterCA
Jamie DavisSouthern Maryland Christian AcademyWhite PlainsMD
Jack DayVictor J Andrew High SchoolOrland HillsIL
Mikayla DaytonSussex AcademyGeorgetownDE
Erin DederichOlympia High SchoolStanfordIL
Shree DelwadiaSouth Forsyth High SchoolCummingGA
Emily DerrickNewman Smith High SchoolCarrolltonTX
Khadijah DhoondiaPewaukee High SchoolPewaukeeWI
Amelia DingBellaire High SchoolBellaireTX
Anna DobreHarmony School of AdvancementHoustonTX
Kendall DollarBelton High SchoolBeltonTX
Melissa DomenAllentown High SchoolAllentownNJ
Joshua DomingueParkview Baptist SchoolBaton RougeLA
Zachary DonaldsonFlorida Virtual School Full Time – High SchoolOrlandoFL
Hazel DowWaterville High SchoolWatervilleME
Makenzie DresbackWoodward-Granger High SchoolWoodwardIA
Cassandra DuehringWinneconne High SchoolWinneconneWI
Megan DuffyDothan High SchoolDothanAL
Brianna DutyBlue Valley Southwest High SchoolOverland ParkKS
Isabella DyLake Nona High SchoolOrlandoFL
Adrie EarlSouthern Utah Center For Computer Engineering and Science StSt GeorgeUT
Alexis EarpMarblehead High SchoolMarbleheadMA
Elizabeth EdgingtonJesse C Carson High SchoolChina GroveNC
Clara EhornBenton High SchoolBentonAR
Olivia EichelbergerBoonville Sr High SchoolBoonvilleMO
Ashley EisdorferColonia High SchoolColoniaNJ
Salma EldeebSpruce Creek Sr High SchoolPort OrangeFL
Gretchen EllerbroekWaverly-Shell Rock High SchoolWaverlyIA
Aislinn EnnisShepherd Hill Reg High SchoolDudleyMA
Kirsten EvansJackson High SchoolJacksonOH
Jillian EvansJackson High SchoolJacksonOH
Bobby EvansAdrian High SchoolAdrianMO
Anjolina FantaroniQuaboag Regional Middle/High SchoolWarrenMA
Lydia FarisSpain Park High SchoolBirminghamAL
Lily FergusonDaniel Boone Area High SchoolBirdsboroPA
Sebastian FigueroaWestern High SchoolDavieFL
Journey FleishmanPusch Ridge Christian AcademyTucsonAZ
Avery FloreaLincoln Southwest High SchoolLincolnNE
Charlotte FloydTrinity Christian AcademyWillow ParkTX
Grant FortuneBeta Academy Charter SchoolHoustonTX
Kennedy FosterHenderson High SchoolHendersonTX
Breana FowlerNorth Mecklenburg High SchoolHuntersvilleNC
Eleanor FoxTuscarora High SchoolLeesburgVA
Melissa FragaLeto High SchoolTampaFL
Zabei FrankConway High SchoolConwayAR
Caroline FredenburgTri Jr-Sr High SchoolStraughnIN
Claire Galbraith`Jefferson High SchoolConception JunctionMO
Khush GandhiAllen Nease High SchoolPonte VedraFL
Jennifer Garcia-PradoBrownsville Early College High SchoolBrownsvilleTX
Mika-Lyn GargisWortham High SchoolWorthamTX
Micaela GeborkoffHoughton High SchoolHoughtonMI
Amelia GeistSt John Paul II Catholic HSHuntsvilleAL
Swapna GeorgeCommunity High SchoolWest ChicagoIL
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2022 NHS Scholarship Recipients (26)


2022 NHS Scholarship Recipients? ›

Semi-Finalists | $3,200
Student NameSchoolState
Avery AdcockProvidence SchoolFL
Noor Al Zahraa HachemAmerican Heritage School-Upper SchoolFL
Malak Al-NoubaniMansfield Summit High SchoolTX
Melani AlanisRoyal High SchoolTX
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Is National Honor Society a big deal? ›

The NHS isn't the most exclusive club, but it is very well-respected and speaks to a student's academic success, community involvement, leadership skills, and overall high character. The more active role a student takes in the National Honor Society, the more benefits they'll reap from their involvement in it.

How do you check if you are in the National Honor Society? ›

Contact nhs@nhs.us or call us at 800-253-7746, option 4. Make sure that you receive the most up-to-date and relevant information directly from the national office of the National Honor Societies.

What GPA do you need for NHS? ›

Students are eligible to apply for NHS membership if they demonstrate academic achievement by achieving a 3.65 or higher. Grade point average will not be rounded to meet the minimum requirement. is willing to uphold scholarship and maintain a loyal school attitude.

What does scholarship mean to you NHS? ›

Scholarship: Scholarship means a commitment to learning. A student is willing to spend hours in reading and study, knowing the lasting benefits of a cultivated mind.

Is it hard to get into NHS? ›

Getting into NHS requires a lot of work and dedication. You need to meet the GPA requirement and other standards to be considered for membership. But it can be well worth the effort, not only for college applications but for the skills you'll learn.

How many students get into National Honor Society? ›

Over one million students are estimated to participate in the National Honor Society. NHS and NJHS chapters are found in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, many U.S. territories, and Canada.

How do you get invited to NHS? ›

Eligibility Requirements

Students in grades 10–12 who meet the requirements for membership outlined by their school's chapter are eligible to be invited for membership. Per national guidelines, at a minimum, students must have a cumulative GPA of 85, B, 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or equivalent standard of excellence.

Does NHS look good for college? ›

NHS does not affect your admissions. However, it can help you out with scholarships. We give out merit based scholarships that is based on your grades and your inclement in high school. NHS could show that you took challenging classes and it could also help with scholarships for college.

Which is better NHS or NSHSS? ›

While being an NHS member may help you on your college journey, joining the NSHSS seems to have a lesser effect. Because the criteria for getting into the NSHSS are relatively broad, critics argue that the group offers invitations to almost all high school students, diminishing the value of the achievement.

Can you get kicked out of the National Honor Society? ›

Members who do not have evidence of service on a monthly basis will be put on probation. If a member fails to comply, the member may be dismissed from NHS. In addition, all members are required to participate in any group service project that is sponsored by the NHS.

What is the acceptance rate for NHS? ›

The NHS had the largest drop in acceptance rate, admitting 209 applicants at a rate of 17 percent compared to last year's 19.7 percent.

What makes a good candidate for NHS? ›

To get inducted into National Honors Society, an individual must possess and demonstrate the four following qualities which are: scholarship, leadership, service and character.

Why would I be a good candidate for NHS? ›

Because of my abilities and experiences as a student, I believe I can be considered a strong candidate for the NHS. I have demonstrated the scholarship, leadership, character, and service qualities necessary to join the society. I hope to be considered for placement in this prestigious organization.

How long should a letter of recommendation be for NHS? ›

What should the recommendation letter look like? While there is no hard-and-fast rule about the length of the letter (unless the student's story requires special explanation or clarification), 500 to 800 words is an appropriate length. That being said, it is not a required length.

How do I pass an NHS interview? ›

During the interview
  1. Make eye contact with all members of the interview panel. ...
  2. Smile! ...
  3. Be clear and concise in your responses.
  4. Structure your answers with 3 or 4 main points of examples from your own experience.
  5. Do not assume that the panel know the detail of what is in your application form or CV.

Do colleges like National Honor Society? ›

NHS is not only a valuable addition to a college application, but gives you many leadership opportunities which is great for both college and life in general.

How long does an NHS interview last? ›

The structure of an NHS interview

Usually, an NHS interview will last for 30 – 45 minutes and will be formatted as below. The interviewers are usually a mix of clinical and HR personnel. Introductions: The interview will open with introductions from those present.

Why did I get invited to honor society? ›

According to Honor Society Foundation, the invitation may have been sent to you for one of several reasons: A relationship we have with your school or university (for example, we have chapters at over 30 schools across the nation). A partnership with other educational organizations.

Is joining an honor society worth it? ›

Honor societies offer several benefits, including members-only scholarships, chances to gain leadership and academic experience, and mentorship and networking opportunities. For some students, the pros of joining an honor society outweigh the cons.

Why do I need NHS essay? ›

Being a part of National Honor Society means to me that I have accomplished many of my goals in my academic career; such as my grade point average and my upper ranking amongst my fellow classmates. I chose this also because it allows me to be a leader for my classmates and school members.

Can you appeal NHS rejection? ›

Upon the posting of the new members selected for the National Honor Society, you may file your appeal within 3 days of your application for membership being rejected.

Do Ivy Leagues care about NHS? ›

Many Ivy League applicants cite being members of the National Honor Society on their applications. They think that this is a considerable honor that they should be proud of. Some applicants even choose to list their membership in NHS as a few hours each week.

Is National Junior Honor Society worth it? ›

To sum things up, if you qualify for the NHS and have the time to write your application, it is probably worthwhile! The National Honor Society opens many doors for its members, including conferences, counseling resources, and scholarships. It also looks impressive on college applications.

Does National Honor Society help with scholarships? ›

Since 1946, more than $19 million in scholarships has been awarded to outstanding NHS senior members. The scholarship program is supported by the parent organization of NHS, the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP).

Does everyone get invited to the National Society of High School Scholars? ›

Students must have met one of the following criteria: A GPA of 3.5 or more (4.0 scale) and a score equal to or greater than 1750 on the SAT, 26 on the ACT, or 200 on the PSAT. They can also join if they are in the top 10 percent of their class, according to the organization's website.

Do colleges like NSHSS? ›

4 answers. This is widely regarded as a scam honors society and is the butt of many jokes on other college application threads and communities. It likely will not help you at all, even if there are some (albeit low/average) requirements to participate, because of the reputation of the society.

Should my son join the National Society of High School Scholars? ›

Joining NSHSS is worth it because the opportunities and benefits we provide allow students to explore and gain the essential skills, recognition, and support needed to be successful now and in the future. Below we breakdown the benefits of NSHSS that truly make joining worth it!

What percent of students are in NHS? ›

In many high schools throughout the nation, only 10 percent of every class is inducted into the NHS, so should the standards be set higher in our school to lower the amount of kids who are inducted every year? There are approximately 150 students in each class of Briarcliff High School.

What do you get for being in National Honor Society? ›

NHS offers: Support for students and parents with college admission and financial aid planning, leveraging unique member-only resources and tools, including webinars, virtual events, and scholarship search. Assistance in making the dream of higher education possible through the highly acclaimed NHS Scholarship program.

Does NHS use weighted GPA? ›

FOR NHS – to receive the initial application packet, students must have EITHER a weighted GPA of 96 or and unweighted GPA of 92.

How selective is NHS? ›

NHS membership is by selection-only at the school level. The national office does not participate in any aspect of individual membership selection. Guidelines for membership are set by each school based on the requirements in the NHS Constitution.

How do you end an NHS essay? ›

Conclusion part is equally important for your NHS paper as introduction and very first sentence.
NHS Essay Conclusion Tips
  1. Lasting impression of high morals, meaning that paper has style & tone.
  2. Persuade selection committee that they are not only reading achievements list, but statement from determined & devoted person.

How do I write a good NHS application? ›

Use these tips to ease the writing process:
  1. Write your intro.
  2. Talk about the reasons why you want to become one of the NHS members.
  3. Discuss social initiatives in your community or school.
  4. Talk about the organization and why it inspires you and makes you feel motivated.
  5. Share your achievements.
  6. Conclude.

How long should my NHS essay be? ›

Now it's important that you carefully complete the application and write a compelling essay. Most high schools require students to write a 300-500 word essay that showcases their commitment and accomplishments in the other three pillars.

What do I write in my National Junior honor society essay? ›

How to Write a National Junior Honor Society Essay
  1. Plan Your Essay. Start by brainstorming the key ideas of your essay. ...
  2. Highlight Your Academic Achievements. ...
  3. Discuss Your Leadership. ...
  4. Show How You Have Been Of Service. ...
  5. Highlight Your Character. ...
  6. Show You Are A Good Citizen. ...
  7. Edit Your Essay.
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How do you show leadership for the National Honor Society? ›

Cooperates by complying with school regulations concerning property, programs, office, halls, etc. Demonstrates the highest standards of honesty and reliability. Regularly shows courtesy, concern, and respect for others. Observes instructions and rules, is punctual, and faithful both inside and outside of the classroom.

What are the 4 pillars of NHS? ›

They're someone who overcomes obstacles each day, not for themselves, but to better the lives of those around them. A leader is made up of the other four pillars of Nation Honor Society: service, character, scholarship and citizenship.

Who can write a letter of recommendation for National Honor Society? ›

To become a member of the NHS, a teacher needs to write a recommendation letter for the student that describes how the student demonstrates each of the pillars. A stellar letter will increase the odds that the student will gain entrance into the society.

Do you need letters of recommendation for National Honor Society? ›

General Directions: Two teacher recommendations must be submitted by each student applying for membership into the National Honor Society. One MUST be from an English or History teacher; the other MUST be from a Science or Math teacher. Applicants must select a teacher who has taught them for at least one semester.

Do colleges care about National Honor Society? ›

Colleges do care about national honors society to certain extent. Bring a member signifies you have a high GPA, have done community services, and are involved in clubs. However, there are other factors that are more important than being in Nation Honors Society. What are the benefits of NHS?

Does National Honors Society look good for college? ›

NHS is not only a valuable addition to a college application, but gives you many leadership opportunities which is great for both college and life in general.

Is joining the honor society worth it? ›

Honor societies offer several benefits, including members-only scholarships, chances to gain leadership and academic experience, and mentorship and networking opportunities. For some students, the pros of joining an honor society outweigh the cons.

What's the point of National Honor Society? ›

The National Honor Society (NHS) elevates a school's commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921.

What is the acceptance rate for NHS? ›

The NHS had the largest drop in acceptance rate, admitting 209 applicants at a rate of 17 percent compared to last year's 19.7 percent.

Do Ivy Leagues care about NHS? ›

Many Ivy League applicants cite being members of the National Honor Society on their applications. They think that this is a considerable honor that they should be proud of. Some applicants even choose to list their membership in NHS as a few hours each week.

Why did I get invited to honor society? ›

According to Honor Society Foundation, the invitation may have been sent to you for one of several reasons: A relationship we have with your school or university (for example, we have chapters at over 30 schools across the nation). A partnership with other educational organizations.

How do I explain NHS to my college application? ›

In general, National Honor Society (NHS) should be included in the Activities section, especially if you made a meaningful contribution to the club, no matter if it was in the form of leadership, community service, etc. That way you will be able to describe in further detail how you contributed to the group.

Is it worth signing up for the National Society of High School Scholars? ›

Yes, NSHSS is worth it because the benefits do not stop at high school or college. So, if you are ready to do YOUR PART and take advantage of all NSHSS has to offer, we welcome you to the NSHSS community!

Can you join multiple honor societies? ›

Requirements for Honor Societies

Some students may be invited to join more than one honor society. It's important to understand that you don't have to pick just one. Keep in mind that costs associated can add up and, in some cases, the time obligations of involvement might be more than you're willing to take on.

Do honor societies look good resume? ›

Many presidents have been members, and an honor society is a celebration of academic achievement. Not only does it look great on a resume for future employers, but many also offer a variety of grants and fellowships to their deserving members.

Is Phi Beta Kappa a big deal? ›

Widely considered to be the nation's most prestigious honor society, Phi Beta Kappa aims to promote and advocate excellence in the liberal arts and sciences and to induct the most outstanding students of arts and sciences at American colleges and universities.

Why do I need NHS essay? ›

Being a part of National Honor Society means to me that I have accomplished many of my goals in my academic career; such as my grade point average and my upper ranking amongst my fellow classmates. I chose this also because it allows me to be a leader for my classmates and school members.

What does it mean to be accepted into the National Honor Society? ›

Being a member of the National Honor Society shows that you are among the best students in your class, not just in terms of academics but also in terms of leadership, service, and character. It shows a commitment to community service projects and provides you the opportunity to network with like-minded peers.

What are the 4 pillars of NHS? ›

They're someone who overcomes obstacles each day, not for themselves, but to better the lives of those around them. A leader is made up of the other four pillars of Nation Honor Society: service, character, scholarship and citizenship.

What are the 5 pillars of National Honor Society? ›

There are endless attributes to good character: perseverance, respect, integrity, honesty, sacrifice—the list goes on.


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