Marquette Honor Society

What is National Honor Society?
National Honor Society is an organization
founded on the principals of outstanding
scholarship, character, leadership and service. It
is an honor given to selected students based on
these principals.

What does the National Honor Society do?
Once a member of the National Honor Society at
Marquette, students serve their school by
coordinating many activities including:
 Make A Difference Day
 Blue Shirt Day (Bullying Prevention)
 Operation New-View
 Spring Blood Drive
 Other activities as needed

How do you get in National Honor Society?
Students must be selected by a council of
faculty members based on the students’
applications and faculty evaluations. The
teacher evaluations and student applications are
reflective of the student’s entire high school
career up to the point of submission.
These applications and evaluations reflect on
four principals
 Scholarship
 Character
 Leadership
 Service

Active NHS members this year include:
These students dedicate a significant amount of time
and effort to organize several projects throughout
the year, and the success we see in each event is
reflective of their hard work. Teachers and staff
sincerely appreciate the willingness of these
students to serve their school and give younger
students a positive example to follow.