National Honor Society

Eligible candidates must have minimum grade point average of 3.6 on a 4.0 scale, and must be enrolled in Greenwood for a period equivalent to one semester prior to being inducted into the society. A Faculty Committee consisting of five faculty members, selected by the Director, selects students for membership. In addition to Scholarship, students are considered for membership on the basis of character, leadership and service. Membership is more than an honor; it is a responsibility and beginning of an obligation. Once selected, a student must continue demonstrating these outstanding qualities. If he/she fails seriously in any one of these basic areas or if a student fails to maintain a 3.6 grade point average, on a 4.0 grade scale, he/she is subject to dismissal from the society.

A student can demonstrate Character by upholding principles of morality and ethics, meeting responsibilities to the school, cooperating with school regulations and showing concern for others.

A student can demonstrate Service by showing a willingness to render service to school and community, putting service to others above self-gain and giving time, effort, and talents for the well being of others.

A student can demonstrate Leadership by promoting school activities, holding school officers in positions of responsibility and offering constructive ideas to improve the school.