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SNHS-Science National Honor Society

Science National Honor Society

 

Fortunate is one who understands the causes of things. - Virgil

 

SNHS Vision

America has been honoring brilliant students through honor societies since 1921. Educators began to notice the need for subject specific honor societies in America’s high schools in the 1980's. Since then, new honor societies have sprung up to recognize and encourage students in such areas as English, Art, French, and Spanish. Until now, there has been no national honor society for Science. In this era of rapidly changing technologies and scientific advancement, it is time to encourage and recognize high school students in the Sciences. 

SNHS is a prominent scientific organization that will engender a new group of young thinkers who will be the future of industry, research, and scientific exploration for America.

(SNHS is not directly affiliated with the National Honor Society but we do maintain a cordial and professional relationship with that organization.)

Constitution & Bylaws 2020


SNHS OfficersPresident: Carolina Brito

Internal Vice-President: Sarahi Plascencia

External Vice-PresidentAllie Davis

SecretaryKatalyna Navarro

Treasurer: Amber Kelly

Historian: Jazmyne Beltran

Event CoordinatorJaqueline Del Angel

Public Relations Chair: Brianna Reyes

Advisors: Mrs. Bonnie Smith

Mrs. Trisha Dunn

 

 


Science National Honor Society, Charter #1284 Membership Expectations

Active members are expected to abide by the following:

  1. join Google Classroom (n523woo) to stay updated
  2. attend at least 3 of the 5 meetings for the year
  3. sell a minimum of 10 items in the annual fundraiser or pay $50 buyout
  4. participate in Science Events
    • Spring DHS Science fair*
  5. submit a minimum of 5 service hours by April 16, 2021
  6. be enrolled in at least 1 science course per school year
  7. Maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 4.00

*Additional service hours, participation in the Annual SNHS fundraiser (meaning selling items and not doing the buyout), and participation in the DHS Science Fair are not required, but for future members who plan to run for any officer position it is strongly encouraged to do so. 

*Seniors must compete in the Science Fair to satisfy the cord requirement. 

*Members should contribute time, resources, and/or money for any SNHS chapter activities, including but not limited to: teacher appreciation activities and the SNHS Science Fair.

 

Membership Emblems Available

SNHS T-shirts $20 (Membership T-shirts are NOT required but encouraged.)

SNHS pin

SNHS lapel pins $5

SNHS cords are awarded to all active Seniors at graduation (ALL Membership Expectations MUST be satisfied.)