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National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)



Character. Citizenship. Scholarship. Service. Leadership




Note: All NJHS events are postponed until further notice. Advisors will be in touch with members via Google Classroom and parents via email about any changes to policy or rescheduling. If you have any questions contact, Miss Cowart at or Mrs. Robbins at


NJHS is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle level students. Our goal is to encourage an enthusiasm for learning; to serve our community and school; to promote leadership; to encourage responsible citizenship; and to develop character in the students of HMS.


How to become a member:


Students with a 3.3 GPA will receive an invitation to complete a candidate form in the second semester of their 7th grade and 8th grade years.


After receiving an invitation students can complete the candidate form showcasing their character, citizenship, scholarship, service, and leadership; including two teacher/sponsor recommendation forms.


The Faculty Council then votes on each candidate. A candidate must receive majority vote of the council to be initiated into the organization.


Expectations of Members:


Members are expected to earn 30+ points each marking period for various activities. Students will record these on a point sheet given to them by the sponsors and turn them in each marking period. Failure to turn in completed point sheets could result in probation. This is not to scare members or to find ways to punish students, but to help make sure that students are involved and making the most of their time in the organization. Students can receive 1 - 5pts for meetings, NJHS school activities, service (with the chapter and separate), straight A's, participation in school activities (athletics, UIL, recycle club, etc.). 


Some of the events/activities our chapter participates in are:

    • Registration Tours
    • Red Ribbon Week
    • Trunk-or-Treat
    • Fun Festival
    • Service projects for Shriners Hospital
    • Angel Tree
    • Pennies for Patients (Penny Wars) for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
    • National Student Leadership Week
    • #futureready
    • Other service projects
    • and other school spirit activities
2019-2020 Officers:
President - Sophie Konerza
Vice President - Ridge Thomas
Secretary - Kynnah Griffith
Service Chair - Dylan Leps
PR Chair - Brayden Lawley


For more information, please contact Pamela Robbins at or Myra Cowart at .