Anahuac High School

                              ASVAB Career Seminar, March 28 @ HS Campus               Good Friday, Holiday/No School, March 30 & April 2, No School                        Pantherette Officer Tryouts, April 3, 4pm @ HS Gym                    Rocket Class Clay Shoot, April 7 @ Pecan Meadows in Liberty                      STAAR/EOC English 1 Testing, April 10                       STAAR/EOC English 2 Testing, April 12                      AHS Academic Awards Banquet, April 12, 5:30pm @ Whites Park                      Baccalaureate Planning meeting w/ Graduates, April 16                         Jump Start Parent Night, April 17, 5:30pm @ HS Library                     Speed Day rescheduled for April 20 @ HS Campus                 Jr./Sr. Prom, April 21, 7pm @  Galveston Tremont House                      Cheer Mini Camp, April 23-27, 3:30pm @ AES Gym                   Balfour Letter Jacket Fittings, April 24 @ HS Campus                       Athletic Physicals, April 25, 8am @ MS Gym               NHS & Mu Alpha Theta Induction Ceremonies, April 28, 1pm @ Auditorium                       Trinity Episcopal Church Fish Fry, April 29, HS Cafeteria                       Band Color Guard Mini Camp, April 30-May 1, 3:30pm @ HS Band Hall


Membership into the National Honor Society is based upon Leadership, Scholarship, Character, and Service. All applicants must be a sophomore, junior, or senior at Anahuac High School. The student must have a minimum 3.5 GPA and be enrolled in at least one Honors/Pre AP/AP class this year.
 Members of National Honor Society must complete 30 hours for our various service projects throughout the year so that they can be eligible to wear the NHS stole at the end of the year but also remain in good standing within the organization. For members trying to run for officer positions for the 2017-2018, 50 hours is a requirement. There are plenty of opportunities for all members. Some examples of NHS community service projects are Blood Drives at AHS, Smith Point Catfish Lunch Fundraiser, GatorFest Sugarbelle and Swamper Mascots, opportunities at the Anahuac Refuge Center, after school tutoring, Open House helpers, Freshman orientation aides, food drives for Christian Caring Center and Houston food bank, volleyball, basketball, baseball concession stands, Texas Children's Annual Halloween and Christmas parties, Youth Project Show helpers. We will only accept 4 hours for any individual volunteering on solo projects. The main premise behind this is to promote team work within the National Honor Society.
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