Romulus High School inducted 22 new National Honor Society members under the advisement of Mrs. Abdo and Mrs. Rice. These sophomore students have maintained a 3. 5 grade point average or higher, and have been recommended by their teachers. Now that the students have been inducted, they are required to complete a minimum of 40 hours of community service each year. Congratulations to all the new National Honor Society members.
Member s of the Romulus High School Chapter of the National Honor Society recently elected five new officers to lead them this school year. These officers will work together to ensure a year of community involvement between the best and brightest of Romulus High School and Members of the Romulus Community.
Members of the Romulus National Honor Society teamed up with the members of the Community United Methodist Church in Romulus to help with the Gleaner’s food distribution. National Honor Society students are required to maintain a minimum GPA of 3.5 and are selected on the basis of character, community service, and academics. Currently, Romulus High School has 27 active members.
National Honor Society advisors Kathy Abdo, Liza Mockeridge, and Kathy Rice have challenged N.H.S. members to engage in more community service to help bring the Romulus community closer together.
Members of the Romulus High School National Honor Society visited the Chad Tough garage sale fundraiser to present a check for the Chad Tough Foundation. The NHS students raised the money earlier this year at their bowling fundraiser. All money from the Chad Tough Foundation goes to fund pediatric cancer research. Romulus National Honor Society is making a difference!