The National Honor Society is an organization that recognizes academic achievement and the qualities of scholarship, character, service, and leadership in young adults. Chapters of this organization across the U.S. encourage high school students to make their schools and communities a better place.
The Chassell Schools chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) started in the spring of 1997, with 11 students and Mrs. Markham as the adviser. In 2003, Mrs. Turpeinen took over, and has been the adviser since.
How do you get accepted into the National Honor Society?
What do you do in National Honor Society?
- Blood Drives- NHS members help coordinate blood drives through Marquette General Hospital.
- Fund-raising- Students raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Society by sponsoring a "Hat Day."
In addition, NHS members are encouraged to perform individual service projects to benefit their school and community.