National Junior Honor Society

  • Meetings are Thursdays, during 8th grade lunch, bi-monthly, as communicated with members.
    An Overview

    njhs logo The National Junior Honor Society celebrates scholarship, citizenship, character, service, and leadership for students at Moore Square GT/AIG Basics Museums Magnet Middle School. Students become eligible for induction into the Chapter at the end of the third marking period if they have an overall average of a 90 or higher, receive a 3.50 or higher in the Teacher Rating Scale, and are approved by the Faculty Council. 
    Throughout the academic calendar, members of the National Junior Honor Society will be expected to participate in several fundraisers. Fundraisers are a vital part of our organization, profits from the sale of fundraising items is used to help pay for membership into the NASSP, student dues, induction materials, and supplies for our group service projects.
    Group Service Projects

    From being stuffing the bus to collecting canned food for local food shelters, members of the National Junior Honor Society will participate in wide variety of Group Service Projects. In order to participate in all Group Service Projects, members of NJHS are required to get permission from teachers in any class they will miss. Without permission, students will not be allowed to participate in the Group Service Project. 
     Individual Service Hours
    Members of the National Junior Honor Society are expected to complete twenty service hours by the end of each school year. Members are required to have a letter from an adult sponsor verifying their participation in the activity. The adult sponsor may write a personalized letter or may use the form (files and forms). Additionally, students must keep track of their hours using the Service Hours Documentation form.