The National Honor Society of Cox Mill High School

  • The National Honor Society is the leader among organizations and societies that promote appropriate recognition for students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, character, leadership, and service.

    To become a member, juniors must meet the requirements for 

    *Scholarship:  A weighted GPA of 4.2 or higher after 3rd quarter calculations.

    *Service:  At least 10 hours of documented community service within the current calendar year and at least 1 out-of-school activity in which they actively participate.

    *Leadership: Adequate leadership qualities which are detailed through teacher recommendations.

    *Character:  Have no out of school suspensions or other significant discipline infractions during high school.


    Each April, students who meet the scholarship requirement will have an opportunity to complete an application detailing their accomplishments in and commitment to service, leadership, and character.

    Understanding the Obligations of Membership
    Students who accept membership and are inducted into the chapter should be aware of the time and commitment involved with this honor. For example, there will be chapter meetings. The chapter bylaws should articulate the yearly meeting schedule and member attendance obligations. Members also must participate in chapter and individual service projects to benefit the school and community. 


    Adviser: Susan Shuping
    Upcoming events:
    2019-20 applications due by Wednesday 5/8 at 2:30pm
    Induction practice (all members, new and existing) - Monday 5/20 2:30-3:15pm
    Induction of 2019-20 members (all members, new and existing) - Wednesday 5/28 6:00pm



Projects and Activities

  • NHS Resources:

    NHS School Affiliation Number: 00558004


    Members of the National Honor Societies and their parents have exclusive access to college admission planning webinars.

    On-Demand Webinars

    Did you miss a session? Want to see one again?

    Here are the sessions from the 2018–19 series:

    Applying to College: What You Need to Know Now
    September 26, 2018

    How to Shine in Your Scholarship Applications
    October 1, 2018

    Your First Step in Financial Aid: the FAFSA
    October 10, 2018

    First Steps in Writing Your College Essay
    October 16, 2018



    The 2018-19 College Planning and Financial Aid webinar series dates and registration links are below:

    2/5/19: Paying for College: Defined
    This session offers the ultimate primer in building literacy about college financial aid, including scholarship options. Knowledgeable panelists will share common terms, definitions, and resources, aimed at helping viewers understand ways to pay for college. They will also help students and parents navigate the financial aid award package, with a special focus on the first-year award.

    4/16/19: Getting Started with Your College Search
    This webinar presents a comprehensive guide for the entire college search process—from developing your college wish list, to researching schools, visiting campuses, and narrowing down your list. Presenters will also prepare you to meet with admission officers and suggest questions to ask. Finally, application preparation—including tips on admission testing, essays, recommendation letters, and deadlines—will be covered.

    5/2/19: You’re Accepted – Now What?
    Graduating from high school and preparing to take the next step in your education can be exciting and overwhelming at the same time. During this presentation, college admission and student life professionals will give you tips for making a smooth transition to your college in the fall. The session will also feature strategies for successfully completing your freshman year, becoming a leader on your campus, and finding meaningful service opportunities to your new community.



    Applications for the 2018-19 National Honor Society (NHS) Scholarship Program will open on October 6. All NHS senior members in good standing will be eligible to apply.

    Tell your seniors to get ready to apply by sharing the following information:

    • Three recommendations will be required. Applicants will be asked for an email address for recommenders. So they should be gathering email addresses for and enlisting support from:
      • you—the adviser
      • your principal
      • another teacher
    • Applicants will need to detail participation or leadership in their three most significant individual service activities or projects. Suggest they consider their response now.
    • Recommend they visit to watch a quick video about the scholarship.

    You will receive an email on October 6 with a link to log in for application procedures. The application deadline will be January 30, 2018.

    A total of $1.5 million will be awarded, disbursed among 500 NHS seniors. Questions? Please visit the Scholarship FAQ or email

Meeting Agendas and Minutes

Junior Marshalls

  • We would like to congratulate the following students for serving as our 2018 graduation Junior Marshals.

    Arrepu, Praneeth Sai

    Axce, Abigail

    Bridger, Austin James

    Carter, Chase Andrew

    Ferguson, Emily Lucille

    Galla, Jeffrey Thomas William

    Hendricks, Megan

    Leuang, Mikato Toonamy

    Lowry, Noah Christopher

    Magoon, Connor Warren

    Morello, Sophie

    O'Brien, Lawrence Patrick

    Przykucki, Emily Christine

    Ryan, Jillian Marie

    Saravanan, Darshana

    Srikanth, Gayathri Shree

    Walton, Nicholas James

    Webb, Carrington

Last Modified on October 30, 2018