The National Elementary Honor Society is one of the most prestigious honors that can be awarded to an elementary student. Iman Academy Southeast is proud to have a National Elementary Honor Society chapter in our school. Our chapter practices five goals: scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.
The standards for selection are based on the following criteria:
ScholarshipA cumulative grade point average of at least 85% is required in the first two trimesters of the school year.
Leadership, Service, Citizenship, and CharacterThe qualities must be demonstrated through activities and volunteering. An excellent record of behavior and responsibility in and out of school is required.
Membership into NEHS is more than just an honor. It incurs a responsibility and an obligation to demonstrate the outstanding qualities that NEHS embodies. Each member will be required to complete twenty community service hours. Individual members have the responsibility to choose an individual service project that they wish to fulfill as part of their twenty hours. As an NEHS chapter, students will have the opportunity to complete community service hours as a group. If inducted into NEHS, ten of the twenty community service hours need to be completed over summer vacation. Iman Academy Southeast is very eager to provide students with the opportunity to be inducted into a national organization as magnificent as NEHS.
As a member of the National Honor Society, I pledge to: Be a strong student, achieving the most from my education; Demonstrate Responsibility, showing enthusiasm and working hard in all that I do; Learn the skills of Leadership, practicing them in all aspects of my life; Be of Service to my school and community, showing that I care; And be a role model for my peers, helping us all achieve our best
National Elementary Honor Society
The purpose of this organization shall be to recognize students for their outstanding academic achievement and demonstrated personal responsibility, to provide service to the school and community, and to develop leadership skills in the students of elementary school.SE News
The University of Michigan’s Survey Research Department has selected Iman Academy as a research site for its study “Monitoring the Future 2020.” The study will monitor the school experiences of older Middle and High School students.
Students will be asked questions such as, “how important is religion in your life?” Research has indicated that religion can serve as a protective factor for substance use.
Other questions may include “How many hours do you spend in an average week on homework,” “Which describes your plans after high school?”, etc.
All research is funded by the National Institute of Health and conducted by The University of Michigan, Institute of Social Research.
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