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Welcome to the James Hart National Junior Honor Society!

Congratulations to the NJHS Members of 2022!

Eighth Grade
 
Jordin Bates
De’Aunta Burns
Sanai McBride
Keri McElroy
Nia McGowan
Dannen Rose
Dakota Weglarz
Seventh Grade
 
Lilia Abramczyk
Miriam Attakorah
Joshua Bloomberg
William Bundy
Sophia Chan
Jaylen Cox
Jordan Culbreath
Anna Dedo
Dylan Denmark
Philip Dickey
Kaci Figures
Sydney Flaherty
Kent Flores
Genevieve Harding
Kendall Hardy
Sawyer Horcher
Ashton Jones
Paris Jones
Rachel Latman
Morgan Lawrence
Gehrig Lucas
Mia Martinez
Brianna Merrill
Lily Norder
Mackinley O’Neal
Eythan Poku
Aurora Ramos
Justin Reed
Jesse Rickabaugh
Ja Kayla Roper
Janiah Roper
Rico Talavera
Alexandra Thomaston
Lydia Vargo
Lee Watkins
Aedkemi Williamson
Myles Wright

 National Junior Honor Society-James Hart Chapter


The purpose of the National Junior Honor Society is to recognize and foster academic achievement while developing other characteristics essential to citizens in a democracy. Through society service activities, the members maintain and extend the qualities of service, leadership, scholarship, citizenship, and character, which win them selection. Membership is both an honor and an obligation.

Students with an overall G.P.A. of 3.75 after the second trimester of seventh grade receive invitations to apply for membership. The Faculty Advisory Committee then evaluates students who complete the membership forms using the following criteria:
 
  • Scholarship – 3.75 or above G.P.A.  This is cumulative and begins in 6th grade.
  • Character – received high rankings on faculty evaluation sheets and a recommendation from an adult who is not a parent, guardian, or teacher.
  • Service – participated in at least three school and community service activities combined.
  • Leadership – served as elected officer of a community or service group, or as a member of three such groups.
  • Citizenship – no major discipline problems while at James Hart. Students must be at James Hart for a minimum of two consecutive trimesters in order to be considered.

Students selected for membership are inducted at a ceremony in the third trimester.

Students may become eligible to apply for membership at the end of the second trimester of their eighth grade year if they did not achieve membership status as seventh graders. All requirements for membership are the same as above. Students must maintain a G.P.A. of 3.75 and meet all other membership requirements to stay active in NJHS.