Congratulations to the newest members of the National Honor Society, who were inducted on March 16! Also at the ceremony, Connelly seniors received their NHS Honor Cords to be worn at graduation.
Membership in the NHS is a faculty-awarded honor based on a clear and consistent pattern of exemplary character, service, leadership, and academic performance. All 10th through 12th grade students who have been at Connelly for at least one semester are eligible. In the spring of each year, students who have a cumulative weighted GPA of 3.7 or above and who are up to date on Connelly Service Hour requirements are invited to complete an application. The NHS faculty council reviews the completed applications, and votes for the students who demonstrate the qualities listed below, to be inducted into the NHS.
Character: The consistent demonstration of integrity, maturity, and behavior in accordance with Christian ideals.
Leadership: Actively holding offices in school, church, or community organizations as well as demonstrating leadership outside of elected positions.