Wednesday, September 7, 8 a.m. Coffee and donuts. LGI.
This chapter seeks to initiate students who have completed at least three semesters of high school and at least one semester at Quest, who have achieved a cumulative 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale to include ALL course work be it college or high school (no middle school course grades count for GPA or semesters), and who maintain their Privilege Card per the Quest guidelines.
Members will complete 5 tutoring volunteer appointments each semester they are an active member. Tutoring may take place on the QECHS campus or Ross Sterling Middle School.
Second semester sophomores who wish to join may apply on or before the Monday after Spring Break. Applications for membership will be processed and applicants notified by the first Monday of April. Once notified of their acceptance, applicants will pay the $5 Initiation Fee to complete the application process. Initiation will then take place for all accepted applicants who have paid their fee, between April 1 and May 1. After initiation, initiates become full members with voting rights and will pay the Annual Dues ($15) in the Fall of the next academic year, and any subsequent years, to remain a member. Non-payment of dues indicates the person no longer wishes to be a member.
Upperclassmen who wish to join may submit the application, GPA, and the required Faculty Recommendations in the Fall Semester, until October 1 or join the incoming members during the Spring application period. Fall applicants will be notified by Oct. 15. Once notified of their acceptance, the applicant should pay the $5 Initiation Fee AND the $15 Annual Dues. Once these fees are paid, the applicant will be given a certificate of membership and will be considered a member for the academic year.
NEW MEMBERS: Initiation fee: $5, payable online, Staff Sites, Liza Burch, Bookeeper. Select the NHS Initiation Fee.
If initiated in a Fall semester, please pay the Initiation Fee ($5) AND the Annual Dues ($15)
Members will pay the $15 Annaul Dues to remain a member, and will complete the required 5 tutoring appointments each semester.
Quest Early College High School chapter
National Honor Society
This club meets in the LGI on the first Wednesday of every academic month
at 8 am.
Officers meet as needed.
This organization seeks to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in student of secondary schools.
Membership is based on application by students who feel they meet the requirements listed in the documents on this website.