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    Julius C. Bernstein Chapter 

    Advisor:  Ms. Lori Perez, Educational Technology Coach 

    LHS Room C159 

    Email: lperez@livingston.org


     About the National Honor Society:

    Founded in 1921, the National Honor Society recognizes outstanding high school students who have demonstrated commitment to four principles: scholarship, leadership, service, and character.  More than one million high school students participate in NHS related activities today.  For more information about the National Honor Society, please visit the NHS website.   (You can also follow NHS on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.)

    Eligibility for Nomination:

    Nomination is not considered acceptance to the National Honor Society.

    • Juniors with a cumulative CORE (weighted) grade point average of 3.65 or higher are eligible for nomination in February of their junior year.  
    • Seniors with a cumulative CORE (weighted) grade point average of 3.65 or higher are eligible for nomination to the National Honor Society in September of their senior year.

    Application Process: 

    If you meet the academic requirements for nomination, you will receive a letter inviting you to apply Invitations to apply will be mailed in late-February for Juniors and in early-September for Seniors. 

    If you have received an invitation to apply to NHS, please click here to download the application.  

    This application is your opportunity to tell us about your participation, leadership, and volunteer service in school and community activities. This information will be used by the faculty committee to assist with the fair consideration of your candidacy during the selection process.  Read the directions carefully, and respond completely and thoughtfully.  Please type your responses.  Applications must be printed and submitted to my mailbox in the main office by Friday, March 15, 2019 at 3pm.


    If you have any questions about membership in the National Honor Society or the application process, please do feel free to reach out.  I will host a drop in help session on Wednesday, March 6 after school in C159.  If you have questions, but are unable to attend, you may email me at or stop by my room.