NHS - National Honor Society

Membership Requirements

1. Have a cumlative average of 3.5 or above.

2. Have taken or be enrolled in Biology, Chemistry, Algebra I, and Algebra II or Geometry.

3. Participate in at least two "extra-curricular" areas each year of their high school career; includes clubs and organizations at school, UIL academic, and church/community activities. Athletics counts as only one area, regardless of how many different sports played. Freshmen need to be especially aware of this and get busy if they are not yet involved in two.

4. Not have been in IBS for more than one day (during entire high school career).


2017-2018 meeting calendar

Fall Recycling Schedule

National Honor Society


When the National Honor Society was founded in 1921, the hope of NASSP was to create an organization that would recognize and encourage academic achievement while also developing other characteristics essential to citizens in a democracy. These ideals of scholarship, character, service, and leadership remain as relevant today as they were in 1921. National Honor Society members are very active on our campus and in the community. Every year, N.H.S. members register alums at Homecoming, provide a Faculty & Staff Appreciation Luncheon in the fall and spring, plan and participate in a special Easter party for our Life Skills class and sponsor a "Warm & Fuzzy Drive" to gather warm clothing for the needy and less fortunate. N.H.S. members participate in the Bellville Chamber of Commerce activities, such as Small Town Christmas and Heritage Day. They assist the Lions Club in feeding and distributing water to the thousands of bike riders who participate in the MS 150 Bike-A-Thon that comes through Bellville from Houston on the way to Austin. During the year, greeting cards are made and taken to the nursing homes and hospital in Bellville. N.H.S. students are very involved in campus activities, including sports, clubs, UIL, band, and theater arts. AND, any morning before school, sometimes after school, you can find members in the library and some classrooms, tutoring other students. The National Association of Secondary School Principals believes that the National Honor Society has made a positive difference in the lives of individuals, and the spirit of the community and school. Meetings are held in the library at 7:15 a.m. on the second Wednesday of each month.