National Honor Society to induct new members
The KIS Chapter of National Honor Society began its new-member induction cycle Sunday, 17 February. Secondary 2, 3, and 4 students with a 3.5 or higher cumulative high school grade point average received an e-mail letter naming them as candidates and explaining the selection process.
Membership in National Honor Society is an honor bestowed on secondary students who have demonstrated excellence in the society's four pillars : scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Candidates must document this excellence on a Student Data Form as well as provide a current high school transcript.
A five-member Faculty Council then evaluates these materials using a rubric representing the society's four pillars. Candidates whose materials match with National Honor Society qualifications are invited to membership.
The deadline for candidates to submit materials is Tuesday, 24 February, at 8 a.m., and invitations to membership are anticipated by Thursday, 05 March. A formal installation ceremony with a special speakers is planned for the evening of Friday, 13 March.
Secondary 2, 3, or 4 students who did not receive e-mail letter and believe they have been overlooked should immediately contact Adviser Michael in Room 312. Parents with questions are also encouraged to contact the adviser at email@example.com.