National Junior
Honor Society

Sponsors

Kim Moore           Laura Vaughn                Ron Rogers

 

Officers

Garrett Meadows - President
Jenna Biggers - VP1
Nihal Anwar - VP2
Elizabeth Newby - Secretary
Cole Covington - Treasurer
Korey Heath - Reporter
Natalie Aikman - Parlimentarian


2015-16 RJHS National Jr. Honor Society 
9th Grade 
Aikman, Natalie   Heinen, Maria   Peel, Ryan  
Allen, Abbey   Hernandez-Ponce, Yamileht   Penry, Kyle   
Anwar, Nihal   Herrera-Martinez Jr., Osmin   Preston, Brandon  
Bailey, Elizabeth   Hipps, Emmy   Ratliff, Mia  
Biggers, Jenna   Hudnall, Brenna   Riley, Hannah  
Bowen, Emily   Jacobs, Anna   Santillan, Danny  
Bucher IV, John   Johnson, Carter   Seagraves, Emma  
Calito, Melanie   Keeling, Tatum   Self, Johnathan  
Cloud, Sarah   Knight, Breanna   Skartvedt, Lauren  
Covington, Cole   Knight, Noah   Smith, Noah  
Curl, Seth   Kordsmeier, Bryson   Sparks, Brianna  
Danzy, Katelyn   Kraus, Katie   Steed, Cameron  
Douangchanh, Star   Lilly, Lexy   Vardeman, Hillyn  
Duggan, Kelsey   Loaeza, Abril   Walker, Blakeley  
Ealy, Makayla   Malise, Jonathan   Weatherford, Paul  
Ellis, Chloe'   Martinez, Rebeca   Yamashita, Yoshio  
Ferguson, Mariah   Mathis, Bowen   Zhang, Xin (Jason)  
Fine, Claire   Meadows, Garrett - PRES   Zitterman, Alex  
Garcia, Yasmin   Medina, Kayla   Zitterman, Katie  
Gwaltney, Lauren    Morales, Luis  
Heath, Kasey   Moreno, Sofia  
Heath, Korey   Nava, Diana  
  Newby, Elizabeth  

The National Honor Society is the front runner of organizations and societies that promote appropriate recognition for students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of academics, character, leadership and service. 


College admissions officers often look for Honor Society membership as a valid indicator that the applicant will succeed at the collegiate level of post secondary education. The Honor Society member has already proven that he or she is able to achieve academic endeavors, leadership - either overtly or silently - honorable and admirable character as well as service that demonstrates the member is willing to use talents and skills for the improvement of society.

Serving one another and the community is expressed in the motto of the National Honor Society, "Noblesse Oblige." Members of the National Honor Society are obligated to fulfill the motto with behavior that is honorable, responsible, and generous to others. The Honor Society chapter provides individual members the opportunity to share their talents with other students, their school and their community.

The National Association of Secondary School Principals believes the National Honor Society has made a positive difference in the lives of individuals, the spirit of the community and the school. The association also commends the principals and advisors for their commitment to recognize outstanding student achievement.