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National Honor Society (NHS) is a service based organization committed to upholding the four pillars: scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Members admitted into NHS are expected to always reflect these values in order to build a good reputation for Milton High School throughout the community. NHS also helps strengthen the ties between Milton students by allowing students to meet new people through volunteering at different events. Participating and upholding the standards of National Honor Society will help students to build their leadership skills, potentially win scholarships, and make an impact on the community. 

Membership Qualifications and Process

Juniors and Seniors who have a cumulative unweighted 92 average, who have taken at least 2 honors or higher classes, who have been at Milton for at least one entire semester, and who have no disciplinary infractions will get an email to apply to NHS at the beginning (early August) of each school year.


When students apply, they will have to document a minimum of 10 hours of community service with a non-profit organization as well as clear leadership over a period of time.


The NHS Faculty Council will then assess the application and determine if membership criteria has been met. 


Once accepted, members are required to complete a minimum of 20 hours of community service (10 hours through NHS opportunities) each semester, maintain grade point average,  and attend monthly meetings for the duration of their time in NHS.

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