Essay On National Junior Honor Society

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Holland Drew Being proud of something can have many different meanings to people, but to me, it means to be honored and to be glad that something happened. I am proud about many things in my life but one thing I am extremely proud of is my induction into the NJHS. NJHS stands for National Junior Honor Society. In order to be eligible for the NJHS, you must have at least a 90% average in all your classes and demonstrate good behavioral skills. Just because you’re eligible, doesn’t mean that you will make it into the NJHS. The NJHS is not just a club, it is a society, and most importantly, a privilege. Once you are eligible, you will have the option of applying. The application process includes an essay about why you show the five characteristics of an NJHS member and why the …show more content…

Willingness to work for the benefit of those in need, without monetary compensation or without recognition, is the what the NJHS seeks in its members. Leaders should exert a positive influence on the member’s school. A real leader strives to train and aid others to attain the same objective. No matter what power exists, you are ineffectual without the guidance of a leader. The NJHS is completely made up of leaders that will make their school a better place. Citizenship is the obligation each member of the NJHS faces to live up to, the democratic ideals given to each and every individual by the founders of their country or beliefs. As good citizens, we are bound to live up to the laws and guidelines of our community and improve not only our lives, but the lives of others. The NJHS strives to help improve the lives of those around us. Every member of the NJHS possesses these 5 characteristics in every way possible. I am beyond honored, and proud, to be able to call myself a member of the National Juniors Honor Society. I hope that more kids in the future will get into the NJHS, and our community will become a better

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