2022-2023 WHS National Honor Society
Welcome to the Wahoo High School National Honor Society!
If you have any questions about NHS, please contact the adviser, Mrs. Kimberly Forbes.
Congratulations 2022-2023 WHS National Honor Society Inductees, back row (from left): Kasen Bunjer, Gabe Harris, Jase Maly, Jesse Stebbing, Makenzie Sutton, Miranda Vanek, Teagan Watts, Kassidy Beavers, Marcus Glock, Eli Hauswald, Michael Carranza, Avery Wieting, Logan Girmus. Front row: Cadence Bailar, Lanta Hitz, Ella Lacey, Ava Lausterer, Sidney Smart, and Lily Rafteseth.
Officers and Members
President: Logan Scott
Vice-President: Kearsten Peterson
Service Programs Director: Samantha Sutton
Secretary: Megan Robinson
Treasurer: Garrett Grandgenett
Faculty Council Members
Mr. Darold Foster
Mr. Chad Fox
Mr. Bryan Meyer
Mrs. Barb Shanahan
Mr. Jason Smith
Adviser: Mrs. Kimberly Forbes
Please click HERE to access the National Honor Society Bylaws (updated 5/1/2016)
2022 WHS National Honor Society (pictured at top). Back row (from left): Zach Fox, Logan Scott, Dawson Rafteseth, Garrett Grandgenett, Ryan Johnson, Ethan Havlovic, Landon Spicka. Third row: Grace Darling, Megan Robinson, Harper Hancock, Samantha Sudik, Maci Foxworthy, Jenna Borrenpohl, Kearsten Peterson, Holly Cejka, Samantha Sutton, Megan Steele, David Divis. Second row: Kasen Bunjer, Gabe Harris, Jase Maly, Jesse Stebbing, Makenzie Sutton, Miranda Vanek, Teagan Watts, Kassidy Beavers, Marcus Glock, Eli Hauswald, Michael Carranza, Avery Wieting, Logan Girmus. Front row: Cadence Bailar, Lanta Hitz, Ella Lacey, Ava Lausterer, Sidney Smart, Lilly Rafteseth.
The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginnings in 1921.
Four main purposes have guided chapters of NHS from the beginning: to create enthusiasm for scholarship; to stimulate a desire to render service; to promote leadership; and to develop character in the students of secondary schools. These purposes also translate into the criteria used for membership selection in each local chapter.
National Honor Society is a selective student organization in that students must be recommended prior to being invited to apply for membership. Membership is available only to those juniors and seniors who have not only achieved a high level of academic success, but who have also proven to be a positive role model and leader in their daily academic and social surroundings.