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About National Junior Honor Society

NJHS is a nationally recognized service group that promotes students leadership in the school and community. Students are selected by a faculty council after careful consideration of their academic record, scholarship, service, leadership, citizenship, and character. 

To be eligible for NJHS, students must be in the seventh or eighth grade, have a cumulative middle school GPA of 3.5, have no more than two discipline slips for the school year, has not been suspended, or have no more than 10 unexcused absences.

The New Members!

  • Mattia Auville

  • Jasmine Baldwin

  • Kara Barb

  • Jacob Brumage

  • Michael Cost

  • Kolton Crites

  • Katelyn Crossland

  • Amelia Gagnon

  • Seanna Heavner

  • Kathy Hedrick

  • Haylee Jones

  • William Keplinger

  • Maggie Kesner

  • Sydney Kimble

  • Adam Landes

  • Camden Laughlin

  • Ranson Markwood

  • Alex Miller

  • Trae Minor

  • Hunter Mongold

  • Welsey Mongold

  • Makayla Moyers

  • Chayse Myers

  • Makayla Nesselrodt

  • Martina Nesselrodt

  • LaTanya Redman

  • Sidda Rohrbaugh

  • Sydney Rumer

  • Adam Sherman

  • Hayes Sherman

  • Elektra Sions

  • Hannah Snyder

  • Allison Staggs

  • Abigail Thorn

  • William Waddy

  • Ben Watts

  • Gabe Weese

  • Ralph Wojtowicz

  • William Wojtowicz

  • Austin Wolfe

2019 - 2020 Members

  • Tyson Arnold

  • Quincy Combs

  • Emma Cremann - Vice President

  • McKenna Crites

  • Jaden Cullers

  • Brandi Funk

  • Wade Hershberger - President

  • Savannah Hose

  • Jonathan Hoyt

  • Sarah Iman

  • Lily Rockwell

  • Kelsey Rodgers

  • Grant Sherman

  • Vanessa Webster

  • Chloe Weikle

  • Amber Williams - Secretary

  • James Williams - Treasurer