The Pantzer Chapter of the National Honor Society has a charter dated over 40 years ago. Now, as then, membership is based upon academic excellence, service, leadership, and character. Students must meet the minimum academic criteria with a 4.25 weighted grade point average. Service includes school activities and community service, while the entire faculty rates character and leadership. A core committee made up of staff representatives determines the final selection.
Students interested in applying to National Honor Society this year: Feel free to watch this YouTube video on some basic information.
To Potential National Honor Society Members:
You may be academically eligible for membership in the Pantzer Chapter of the National Honor Society of Sheboygan South High School. Membership in this organization is an honor bestowed upon a select group of students based on excellence in scholarship, leadership, character, and service.
If you are interested in possible membership, you must:
- be a sophomore, junior or senior
- ranked highly by faculty and staff in leadership and character
- have an accumulative GPA of 4.25 or higher after this 1st semester grades are reported.
- show proof of 40 hours of combined voluntary school and community service completed in the current 2014 calendar year. This is important to note that all hours must be completed by December 2014! Students must have at least 10 cumulative hours of South-sponsored school activities and 10 hours of community service. Students must participate in 3 different, unrelated activities for school and community service. Any combination of hours is acceptable as long as you have signed evidence of 10 total school service hours and 10 community service hours. The remaining 20 hours can be from either area.
A formal letter to eligible students with the minimum GPA will be sent out in late January/early February. Until then, students that are interested may start documenting their service hours by completing the forms found in the activities office, band room or online at South’s website under “activities.” Community Volunteer Opportunities can also be found on South’s main webpage that are open to all students!
Any questions, please feel free to reach Mr. Wade Heinen @ 803.7820 or email@example.com.
Record keeping forms for the 2015 Calendar year are available below.
View the list of student volunteer opportunities.
National Honor Society advisor is Wade Heinen.