Stellerâ€™s chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) is a service oriented organization. Membership is by invitation and is open to academically inclined students who are interested in giving back to their community. Brian Gehring serves as the NHS advisor.
This year, NHS students have focused on helping prevent food insecurity. They have spent time volunteering with the Mobile Food Bank and the Thanksgiving Blessing event. This valuable work has involved packing food items in boxes and lending their strong backs to the work of moving the boxes along the supply chain to those in need.
NHS students have also been able to establish and support a Steller Homework Club. The Homework Club initiative has been valuable for students needing support with academic tutoring and to those seeking help to improve their study skills and study habits.
National Honor Society is open to all Sophomores that have earned a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Invitations are sent to qualifying students after the completion of their first semester. Members in good standing must attend regularly scheduled meetings and complete a minimum of 20 hours of community service.
If you think you might enjoy joining our organization, we would appreciate your support and contributions.
Submitted by the National Honours Society
Thank you to all the students that participate in the NHS. We are proud of the work you do to make Steller, and Anchorage a better place to live!
Let’s celebrate the contributions we all make – big and small – and accept the challenge to show our generosity in a variety of ways during the #StellerGives campaign from November 11 to December 1!
Send your #StellerGives photos to email@example.com with your first and last name, grade, and a short description of what you are doing or the charity/cause you support to be posted on Flash, the Steller Instagram account, and this year’s yearbook.
Then follow @steller_s_official to see how others in our community are contributing!
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