National Art Honor Society

National Art Honor Society
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Welcome to National Art Honor Society.

The National Art Honor Society was established by the National Art Education Association (NAEA) in 1978.  The purpose of the society is to recognize sophomore, junior and senior students who excell in the arts as well as scholarship, character and service.  Members are required to complete 13.5 hours of community service during the first year of membership and 25 hours during the 2nd or 3rd membership year.  In addition to service, members must maintain a B average in art and no grade lower than a C in any other class.  Members also raise their own scholarship funds by organizing fundraisers.  The scholarships are awarded on Class night in May.  If you are interested in the National Art Honor Society, see Mrs. Lewicki (art teacher) in room 137.  New members are recognized in October and inducted (with a formal ceremony) in December.