The National Honor Society
is a service organization established to recognize students who reflect
high academic accomplishments and exemplary character, leadership,
and service qualities.
The National Honor Society for Secondary Schools charter was established
at Cut Bank High School the sixth of November 1959.
NHS members are currently involved in community service activities during
the fall season. Students have helped at Red Cross blood drawings,
helped ready yards for winter, and helped the Starfish Project ready
a home for a Hurricane Katrina family. Collecting Coats for Kids
and canvassing the town to collect items donated to Hi-Line Help
Spouses are on-going projects.
If you have any questions about NHS, please contact the adviser
101 3rd AVE SE
Cut Bank, MT 59427
(406) 873-5629 ext: 144
NHS Meetings: NHS meetings will be held the 2nd Tuesday of each
month at 7:50 a.m. in Mrs. Lehner's classroom.
NHS selection will begin after the first semester grades have
been recorded. If you are interested in being a part of NHS, please
review the Student
Activity Information Form.
NHS Service Projects:
*First semester community service hours are due by January 19th.
Students must have 10 community service hours for the first semester.
Remember, you can only carry over 3 hours from the summer.