National English Honor Society
The mission and the purpose of the organization is to confer distinction upon students for high achievement in English language and literature courses, to encourage interest in the English language arts, to promote exemplary character, and to serve society by fostering literacy.
- NEHS is open to juniors and seniors with a minimum grade point average of a 3.0 in English-related courses.
- Students must attend announced meetings (at least 2 a semester)
- Students must participate in the Laws of Life Scholarship Essay Contest, contribute to the NEHS sponsored book drive, and complete 5 book reviews.
Laws of Life Essay Contest
Sponsored by the Georgia Rotary Clubs, the Georgia Laws of Life Essay Contest asks students to select their own Law of Life*, and to write about how it applies to their lives. The contest celebrates the students’ stories and their often profound reflections, and proudly presents significant cash awards to students and teachers.
*A Law of Life is a short, pithy saying or quotation that points to a core personal value or ideal. Oftentimes, a Law of Life serves as a memorable and meaningful moral compass on a person’s journey through life.
Visit georgialawsoflife.org for more information.