National Junior Honor Society
The National Junior Honor Society is a national recognition program. Participation in this organization gives Westview teachers and administrators the opportunity to involve chapter members in significant learning experiences, especially in the area of service. Being a member of the National Junior Honor Society is a privilege, and induction is based on academic success as well as the ability to meet the five established criteria of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.
The NJHS chapter at Westview follows national guidelines. Members contribute to their school and community by offering their time in hours of service, all the while maintaining high academic standards and demonstrating good character. Members volunteer around Longmont and work to improve their surroundings and the lives of others by helping to tutor students; working at local shelters and retirement communities; assisting teachers and principals with school activities; working on local environmental beautification projects; collecting supplies for charitable organizations; and much, much more.
Student members of NJHS have the opportunity to participate in exciting school events, beginning with the Induction Ceremony in the spring prior to their eighth grade year and ending with our culminating School Lock-in Celebration. The students inducted into NJHS are honored for their academic strength, talent and skills, and they are celebrated for their commitment to the improvement of the world around them.
There are no upcoming events associated with this club.