National Honor Society

    Advisor: Michelle Hayes
    Meeting Times: Usually the second Tuesday of each month, during both lunches.  See Schoology Group for the calendar of dates. 
    Meeting Place: Library Presentation Room (LPR)
    Officers: Sophie Prock (president), Ajay Manhas (vice-president), Nandini Mishra(secretary) and Alexander Aylen (treasurer). Feel free to contact them via school email or Schoology messages if you have any questions.
    How to retain membership privileges once a member:
    Attendance at monthly meetings is required for ALL current members. You may miss one meeting per semester, but attendance will be taken at all meetings.  If you miss more than two meetings per year, you will be required to add 2 hours of service requirement for every meeting that you miss. 
    Applications: Applications for the 2023-2024 school year will open February 2023 until March 6th, 2023, 11:59PM  No late applications can be accepted.  Links for the application items will become active in February 2023.

    The object of this chapter shall be to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in all students of MIHS. Candidates shall have a minimum accumulative high school scholastic achievement of 3.5 and have completed three semesters of high school. A 3.5 GPA must be maintained or a student will be put on probation for one semester. Only one probationary period is allowed.
    Activities of the National Honor Society include:
    Senior Awards Night: Honors graduating seniors for their academic achievements, giving special recognition to those receiving scholarships and other awards. Included are the National Honor Society members and students receiving the Presidential Academic Fitness Awards and Washington State Honors Award.
    Two National Honor Society members are also eligible to compete for a $1000 National Honor Society Scholarship.