Too often in life hard work goes unnoticed. Thanks to the National Honor Society, dedicated students can get the recognition they deserve. Started in 1921, the NHS recognizes and develops scholarship, leadership, character, and service. LCC became a part of this in 1963 when the Thunderbird Chapter was established.
To be a member of the NHS, a student must have and maintain a 3.70 or higher grade point average. At the beginning of each year, membership dues of $10 are collected. Each member is required to have at least twenty service hours per year although many do more than that. Please check the student handbook for more details.
In November and December the NHS students hold a Used Coat and New Sock Drive. Coats and Socks are donated to the Salvation Army.
NHS students are also available for tutoring. If students need help they should see the NHS moderator, Mrs. Schmiedebusch, in the library and she will try to match them up with a NHS student during their study halls. NHS students also sponsor Study Tables in the library after school on Thursdays from 2:15-3:15. All students are welcome and all subjects can be covered. No sign–up is necessary.
The National Honor Society meets in the library at 7:30 in the morning on the second Tuesday of each month. Student officers are Lexie Evans, President, Madison Stolly, Vice President, and Shannon Daley, Secretary-Treasurer.