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National Honor Society

Founded in 1921, National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide organization that consists of the best and brightest students from all over the United States. Induction into this distinguished organization is based on four touchstones: service, leadership, scholarship, and character. NHS is heavily active in the community and strives to instill a sense of leadership, commitment, and commonality into each and every student it recruits. The Crystal River High School chapter includes members of the sophomore, junior and senior classes

Membership Requirements

  • 3.5 GPA
  • Pay $5.00 per year of membership.*
  • Perform 15 hours of community service per year of membership.**
  • Attend a minimum of one meeting per month (activity day not included).***
  • Remain free of violations of the law and school conduct code.
  • Uphold academic integrity at all times.

*Extra money or community service hours may be counted for next year.

**The community service activity must be approved by the adviser to count.

***Officers must attend a minimum of one officer meeting AND one all-members meeting per month.


When a member does not meet the above requirements, a probation letter will be issue. If the person does not re-meet the requirements within a month, the person will no longer be a member of the National Honor Society. However, if the person does re-meet the requirements within a month, the member will once again be a “member in good standing.” Each member is allowed one probation before membership is revoked.


All students selected to join the prestigious National Honor Society must show outstanding performance in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character at all times. An induction ceremony will take place each April.


Danielle Doherty
[email protected]
795-4641x 4897
  Korie Grimsley
[email protected]
795-4641 x 4891

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