2018-2019 BDCHS Academic Honor Societies Form (Responses)
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Name of Academic Honor Society (for example, Spanish National Honor Society)Academic Honor Society Staff or Approved SponsorBrief Description of Academic Honor SocietyMinimum Requirements for Eligibility (please list all minimum requirements)Application and/or Induction Process (who do interested individuals contact regarding membership and by what process; include any application deadlines)Membership Dues (if applicable)Name of Lead Student Contact for Membership (if applicable)Meeting Day(s)Meeting TimesMeeting Location (please include room number or specific location such as "amphitheatre" or "weight room")
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Science National Honor SocietyMr. Spencer and Mr. FernandezThe purpose of this organization shall be to encourage participation in and recognition of scientific and intellectual thought, to advance the students’ knowledge of classical and modern science, to communicate with the scientific community, to aid the civic community with its comprehension of science, and to encourage students to participate in community service and, in turn, encourage a dedication to the pursuit of scientific knowledge that benefits all mankind.SNHS members must be in their last two years of secondary education, maintain a minimum 3.0 overall GPA, currently be enrolled in at least one honors science course, and maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA across all science courses. Contact either Mr. Spencer or Mr. Fernandez for membership and induction questions.Dues shall not exceed $20.Paul Fernandez, Quinn Marti, Kendall Hartland, or Vignesh KondapallyTBD3:15-4:15Mr. Spencer's room (109)
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National English Honor SocietyAndrea Rinard & Erin SchultNEHS is an organization dedicated to excellence in the language arts.3.0 GPA (cumulative); no grade lower than a B in any core English courses; one recommendation from an English teacher; must have completed one full credit of high school English; no level one offenses at BDCHSapplications at beginning of quarter two with inductions before end of quarter two$20N/ATBDTBDroom 215
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National Art Honor SocietyMadeilynann MitchellArt Honor SocietySection 1. Membership selection dates will be during the month of May the year prior to the membership term with the exception of transfer students will take place the month of September. Only students who are Sophomores and above will be considered for membership. In addition, only students who are currently in the Art program or have previously taken high school level Art courses will be considered.
Section 2. To remain a member in good standing, a member must pay dues and complete 30 service hours in the visual arts each year.
Section 3. Annual dues of $20 will be collected from each member.
Section 4. Attendance is required at meetings to maintain membership and privileges. Members may not miss more than 3 meetings per academic year.
Section 5. All members must participate in 3 of our projects, activities, and fundraisers.
Section 6. For the NAHS and NJAHS officers, attendance is also required at any executive meetings called outside of the regularly scheduled meetings.
Section 7. To graduate with NAHS honors and earn the right to wear a cord, pin, or tassel at graduation, a member must remain in good standing until the graduation date.
Section 8. Members must retain a 3.0 average in an honors or AP Art class or 3.5 in a regular Art class.
Section 9. Members must have and maintain a 3.0 cumulative average in all other subjects.
Section 10. Members may remain active during such time when there are no visual arts on their class schedules as long as they fulfill all of the other requirements each year.
Section 11. In the event of an infraction of rules, a review by the officers and sponsors will be conducted. If the individual in question is an officer, he/she will not participate in the decision-making process. This applies to all community laws as well as school and chapter rules.
Section 12. Officers and members will be chosen by the club sponsor during the first year. Members and officers will be elected after the first year.
Section 1. Membership selection dates will be during the month of May the year prior to the membership term with the exception of transfer students will take place the month of September. Only students who are Sophomores and above will be considered for membership. In addition, only students who are currently in the Art program or have previously taken high school level Art courses will be considered.
Section 6. For the NAHS and NJAHS officers, attendance is also required at any executive meetings called outside of the regularly scheduled meetings.
Section 7. To graduate with NAHS honors and earn the right to wear a cord, pin, or tassel at graduation, a member must remain in good standing until the graduation date.
Section 12. Officers and members will be chosen by the club sponsor during the first year. Members and officers will be elected after the first year.
$20n/aundetermined at this time3:15 - 4:15Room 217
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National Honor SocietyAndrew BassilaHonor Society built upon four pillars: Scholarship, Leadership, Service & Character3.5 Unweighted (State) GPAOnline candidate submission packet with Faculty Council approval.$15 per yearJake Heiny, PresidentOne Thursday a Month3:20-3:50Cafe
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Mu Alpha ThetaAndrew Bassila / Minh DangMathematics honor societyUnweighted Math GPA of 3.0Application worksheet$20.00 (one-time)Madyson Winters & Kendall HartlandOne Thursday a month3:20-3:50Mathematics classroom (220 or 223)
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Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor SocietyMae IsaacRho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society is the only national organization for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors that recognizes excellence in the field of social studies. The goal of Rho kappa is to promote the study of the Social Studies, but to also encourage the activities associated with the values of the Social Studies, such as citizenship, appreciation of the past, and a sense of community.- must be a sophomore, junior or senior
- have an un-weighted Social Studies GPA of a 3.5
- Have an overall GPA of a 3.0
- Obtain one teacher recommendation from a social studies teacher
- present evidence of community involvement
Students mist obtain an application from Ms. Isaac in room 219. Fill out the application and get the proper recommendations then return it to Ms. Isaac by the deadline which will be announced during school. Once students have been accepted they will receive a letter of acceptance detailing the date of induction ceremony.one time fee of $15Phoebe FunaiMeeting days will varyAfter school (no longer than 30 minutes)Room 219
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