NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY
What is NJHS?
National Junior Honor Society is a national organization established in 1929 with the purpose of recognizing outstanding middle school students.
Who are the NJHS Advisors?
Who is eligible for Membership in the NJHS?
7th and 8th grade students are eligible for induction in the NJHS.
To be considered for membership, students must meet the academic criteria. Students must have a cumulative average of a 92 or above in all subject areas. 7th grade averages are calculated using the first three marking period grades of their current school year. 8th grade averages are calculated using the four marking period grades of the previous school year as well as the first three marking periods of their current school year. Specials, Gym, and Health are averaged as one grade and then averaged in with the cumulative average of the rest of the student’s subject areas to determine each student’s overall cumulative average.
What other qualifications does an NJHS member need to meet?
Everyday Scholarship is a commitment to learning and growing on an educational path. It means making the most of the educational opportunities provided and seeking out learning, not only in school or similar settings, but also personally. It stems from a desire to contribute to this world in a positive way by building on one’s own knowledge, skills, and talent through different experiences.
Please reach out to NJHS@brigantineschools.org with any questions regarding the National Junior Honor Society at the Brigantine Community School. Please us the link provided for more information about NJHS: https://app.oncoursesystems.com/school/webpage/12782462/1896052