National Honor Society Induction Ceremony

Throughout the year there have been a variety of different events held by Buffalo High School’s National Honor Society. Now, as the year comes to an end NHS will be holding their annual induction ceremony on Monday, April, 27 at 7:30 pm. The induction ceremony is put on to help recognize those who have participated in many of the activities throughout the year. To be inducted these students must have met a list of requirements, some of these include; attending every monthly meeting, completing 30 hours of individual service hours and 9 group hours and they must maintain a grade point average of 10.0. Those who have completed all of these will be inducted on Monday night into the National Honor Society, those that did not complete them will not be inducted.

For many, this is a huge honor. They spend the entire year planning and participating in tons of activities. Some of these activities include; raking leaves, helping at the food shelf, holding blood drives and many more. NHS is a great club to be apart of because it teaches the students involved, leadership and how to help out in the community. It also can give many of the participants scholarships and can guarantee them a spot in the college of their choice. Whether, students are inducted or not they are still recognized at the ceremony and can be very proud of their accomplishments.


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