Congratulations! You earned membership in National Honor Society! That means you’re part of a prestigious legacy—and ready to access all the benefits that membership bestows. Here are just some of the ways you can experience NHS to the fullest:
Your first stop after induction? Create a student account and get it verified by your adviser. Having your own account allows the national office to send the latest information about NHS programs and activities directly to you. It also unlocks your digital badge.
Once your account is created and verified, you’re ready to access your NHS digital badge—a virtual credential unique to you. Featuring the ability to be verified in real-time, badges are ideal for displaying on LinkedIn, resumes, and more as you apply to college and throughout your professional career.
NASSP, the parent organization of NHS, awards $2 million in scholarships to deserving members each year. All seniors in good standing are welcome to apply when applications open in the fall. You’ll need a verified student account to apply!
Covering topics ranging from navigating the FAFSA and financial aid to writing a winning college essay, this webinar series guides you and your family through the college planning, search, and application process.
NHS isn’t just about celebrating your accomplishments today. It’s about helping you get ready for tomorrow—from college to career and wherever life takes you. That’s why we created #Futuready, an initiative designed to help you prepare with real-world tips and tools, including a visual, self-guided plan that helps you explore careers, conquer public speaking, ace interviews, and more.
Everyday Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Character
Scholarship, service, leadership, and character make up the four pillars of the National Honor Society. As members of NHS, we encourage you to continue to embody and share these values with your peers, school administration, and families, and discuss how they are reflected in your school community.