What is National Technical Honor Society (NTHS)?
Welcome to Central Cabarrus Chapter of National Technical Honor Society!!!
Central Cabarrus Chapter of National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) honors the achievements of top CTE students, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher education, and cultivates excellence in today’s highly competitive, skilled workforce.
NTHS helps students:
Seek post secondary education by awarding over $200,000 in scholarship annually.
Position themselves ahead of competition in today’s highly competitive workforce.
Earn recognition for superior achievement in career and technical fields.
Build career portfolios with professional letters of recommendation.
Connect to global career and technical education networks.
Discover opportunities with leading business and industry.
Serve in leadership roles in communities and industrial
2020-21 CCHS NTHS Chapter Leadership
Mr. Baker Cobb
Class of 2021
NTHS Chapter President
Ms. Charlie Sabin
Class of 2021
NTHS Vice President of Membership & Communication
Membership Qualifications - (Invitational Yearly each October)
Juniors and Seniors meeting membership preliminary requirements listed below received an email with invitation and online application on 9/14/2020:
- Junior or Senior status
- Minimum 3.0 overall GPA unweighted
- Minimum 3.0 CTE GPA unweighted
Additional membership eligibility requirements for candidates include the following:
- Invitee must complete online NTHS application by 9/28/2020 (See your invitation letter in student email account sent from Brian Elliott on 9/14/2020)
- All Applicants must have No Out of School Suspensions during high school career
- All Applicants must have No more than 3 separate InSchoolSuspensionsduringhighschoolcareer
- All Applicants must have completed already or currently enrolled in Fall 2020 one or more of the following CTE Concentrator courses:
- Horticulture II
- Drafting II
- Masonry II
- Interior Design II
- Apparel Design II
- Adobe Digital Design
- Entrepreneurship II
- Business Management II
- Wealth Management II
- Health Science II
- Biomedical Technology I
- Foods II
- Robotics II
- Principles of Engineering
- Engineering Design
- Animal Science II
Active Members receive a membership certificate in a professional presentation folder. In addition, members receive an official NTHS diploma seal, graduation tassel, lapel pin, and window decal to show their affiliation with NTHS. Graduating Seniors who are "active members" will be allowed to purchase a NTHS Honor cord in the spring of their Senior Year.
What is Active Member Status?
Complete 10 hours of documented community service each semester
See Dr. Kogo & NTHS Vice President of Membership Services Charlie Sabin for more information2019-20 NTHS Community Service Verification Form -
Turn completed forms each semester to Dr. Kogo-Masila in Room 171
Attend 80 percent (Virtual or Face to Face) of monthly NTHS general body meetings each school yearClick here to view attendance records Click here to sign into NTHS General Monthly Meeting
See Ms. Breeden in 173 & NTHS President Baker Cobb for more information
Actively participate in a NTHS committee along with maintaining academic and behavior qualifications listed above!!Click here for NTHS Committee Assignments
See Breeden in 173 & President Baker Cobb for more information
Paid $35.00 one-time (non-refundable) membership feeClick here for online payments
See Ms. Breedan in 173 or NTHS President Baker Cobb
Current NTHS members can receive information from our NTHS officer team regarding meetings/activites by joining REMIND:
For more information, contact NTHS Faculty Board of Advisors:
NTHS Advisor for Community Service & Junior Membership, Dr. Kogo-Masila,
NTHS National Liaision & Treasurer & Senior Membership Ms. Breeden
CTE Coordinator Mr. Elliott