Welcome to C.T. Koontz National Junior Honor Society's Information Page!

"The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively." -Bob Marley
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Schedule/Important Dates (this will continue to change over the next couple of months, check back often!)

Yearlong Project Information
Student Project Titles

Weekly Emails

Officer website (By Tav)

Service Hour Sheets
Examples of digital service hours:


The National Junior Honor Society Pledge
I pledge myself to uphold the high purposes of the National Junior Honor Society to which I have been selected;
I will be true to the principles for which it stands;
 I will be loyal to my school and will maintain and
encourage high standards of scholarship, leadership, service
character and citizenship.
Looking for ways to be kind, earn some service hours, and make the world a better place?  Check out the links below!
Operation Gratitude
Craft Ideas for Seniors
Samaritan's Purse
Elderly Needs and Ideas
Send Kids the World
Doing Good Together
Color a Smile
A Million Thanks
World Vision
Do Something

 (If you have questions after reading through the information below, please email me at!)


          I am very excited to be offering the opportunity to recognize students with high academic achievement into the National Junior Honor Society.  Once you become a member, your active status depends on you maintaining the grade requirements and doing the service hours.  We will an induction ceremony in the spring of 2020. 

To join:

*         You must complete at least 12 service hours and make updates throughout the year to your digital service portfolio.  Link to portfolio is due to Mrs. Parker by Friday, February 28th, 2020. 

*         Turn in a copy of your 1st semester grades and 3rd nine weeks grade to Mrs. Parker 

*         Pay dues of $20.00 by February 28th, 2020.

Membership requirements:

·         Student must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA for each of the first 2 nine weeks in a school. Invitation and induction into the National Junior Honor Society will take place during 2nd semester.

·         A student must preferably have no grade below a “B” in any class to be considered for membership.

·         Once a member, a student must participate in club service projects and activities.

·         A student must represent the ideals of the club and chapter by consistently exhibiting character, credible academic achievement, leadership and commendable attitude, both in and out of school.  Membership will be determined by the recommendation of a faculty committee after a student meets the academic criteria.  Office referrals that result in Out Of School Suspension or more than one In School Suspension will cause a student to be excluded from membership.

·         A student must complete 12 hours of documented community service.  These activities should benefit other individuals or organizations around the school, community or religious institution.  The documentation needs to be completed and signed by a representative of the organization that benefited from the service.  Documentation must be uploaded into a digital service portfolio before a student will be considered eligible for membership.

·         A student who fails to meet the above academic requirements after induction will be placed on probation and given 1 nine weeks to correct the deficiency.  If the correction is not made or the student has another academic lapse during the same school year, his/her name will be removed from the membership roster.  A student that fails to demonstrate acceptable character or behavior will be removed from the membership roster if a majority of the faculty deem that appropriate.

Service hours ideas:

·         Rake leaves for an elderly neighbor or friend.  Have your parents sign the documentation form.

·         Help set up and clean up from holiday parties or meals at your religious institution.  Have your Paster, Rabbi or Priest sign the form.

·         Make cards or tray decorations for people who get Meals On Wheels or who are in nursing homes.  Have your parents sign the form.

·         Collect food from friends and relatives and take it to Manna Food Bank, Hearts for Hands or the Giving Tree at the Mall. Have your parents sign form.

·         Volunteer at the school in one of your teacher’s rooms to staple papers, clean the classroom, etc.  Have your teacher sign the form.

·         Help an elderly neighbor work inside or outside his or her home.  Have your parents sign the form.

·         Call a nursing home and volunteer to help and visit with the residents.  You can read, talk, play the piano, etc. at the nursing home.  You need to call the nursing home before you go.  Have a nurse at the home sign your form.

·         Cook a meal for an elderly neighbor or a busy working mom or dad.  (NOT your own mom!)  Have your parents sign the form. 

·         Volunteer at Brother Wolf or Friends for Animals.

·         With your parents help, you can go and work at places like ABCCM, Manna Food Bank and other service organizations.  (Many of these will not let you help at their facilities without an adult.)

Our 1st informational meeting for parents and students will be Thursday, September 19th, 2019 at 6:00 in the cafeteria.  There will be an additional informational meeting on October 17th at 6:00 in Room 622 if you cannot make it to the first one. 

Looking back... 


Prospective members

Find Your Voice- our plans this year

2018-2019 Schedule

Service hour forms

NJHS Weekly News

Our guest speakers this year!

Pictures of the fun we have!

Running for office?  Click here for all the candidate job descriptions!

Sample Digital Service Hours

This year's theme: Respect for All

President- Nash Lister
Vice President- Briana Colman
Secretary- Grace Anne Callihan
Treasurer- Dylan Clark
Historian- Molly Berlin

2017-2018 Candidate Speeches

Weekly Emails

Meeting Agendas
October 10th
October 24th
November 7th
Officer meeting agenda folder
Pictures of our Year!

NJHS informational PowerPoint Presentation
Service Hour Sheet
2017-2018 Theme
2017-2018 Schedule
2017-2018 Guest speakers
Digital Portfolio Requirements
Student examples of digital service hours:
Payton M.
Sarah Grace
Sample Digital Service Portfolio

Theme: Learning Compassion Through Legacy

Rockmont 2017

NJHS Memories 2016-2017 by Trey Mosley

Our 2016-2017 officers:
President- Omung Chhina
Vice President- Lydia Kampe
Secretary- Catelyn Banks
Treasurer- Emma Kate Jaynes
Historian- Trey Mosley
Technology Assistant- Evan Vorhis

Click here to see pictures of the fun we have! 


2015-2016 School Year
Theme: Leading the Way With Kindness

Click here to see our fun at Rockmont last year! 
 Click here to see pictures and videos of 2016-2017!

 Thank you to Mr. Bill Willard for being our guest speaker!  We loved learning about the Titanic and tips for being a great leader.  We will never forget Rachel's Challenge!
1. Look for the best in others
2. Dream big
3. Choose positive influences
4. Speak with kindness
5. Start your own chain reaction 

                                   Thank you Brian Turner for spending the afternoon with us!  

 Thank you Rick Manheim for sharing your leadership with us on rm     February 23rd!  

 Check out our new NJHS announcement wall!

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 Thank you to Denise Bitz, Founder of Brother Wolf, for being our guest speaker on February 2nd!

Thank you Mr. Koontz for being our guest speaker on December 15th! 
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g smith  Thank you to City Councilman Gordon Smith for coming to speak to us!  October 20, 2015

Our first guest speaker of the year, Charles Bolno- WWII veteran .  Thank you Mr. Bolno for spending the afternoon with us!
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Click here for even more pictures! 

 Click here to see our project submission certificate for this school year!  Our theme will be "Leading the Way with Kindness ".

Click here to see the child we are "adopting" from Uganda, Africa this year.  Our fundraising efforts will help provide his educational needs for this school year! 
 2014-2015 National Junior Honor Society
Theme: Veteran Appreciation

National Student Leadership Week 
April 19-25 

 Click here to watch the video of Dr. Madison's visit! (Retired physician and World War II Vet)

 A couple members of our Mural Team hard at work on a snow day!  They are getting our mural ready that we will be donating to the NC Veteran's Home.
Check out the coverage of our mural on Never Stop Learning!  

We LOVED our visit from the Warrior Service Dogs!  
Click here to see the pictures!

Click here to see the Never Stop Learning showcasing our organization!

Click here for our secretary Madison Shaw's awesome PowerPoint with some great reminders! 

The results of our Brother Wolf drive!  Thank you everyone who donated!
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 ***Thank you to Luci, Temple and Victoria for videotaping speeches!
President: Jonathan Gilreath (Click here to hear his speech!)
Vice President: Harrison Best (Click here to hear his speech!)
Secretary: Madison Shaw (Click here to hear her speech!)
Treasurer: Rachel Shao (Click here to hear her speech!)
Historian: Perry Berlin (Click here to hear her speech and click here to check out her Historian Blog!)
We will have an officer's meeting on Wednesday, January 21st at 3:00!
Click here for all the other awesome speeches!  

 We were so happy to have Mr. Koontz for our guest speaker!  Click here to hear his wonderful speech!

A little bit of relaxation after the meeting! 
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Here is the load going to Eblen after our Warm Drive!
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Some of the Christmas cards we sent to veterans! 

 Pictures from our work session/optional meeting on December 16th!
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 Pictures from our December 9th guest speaker, Joe Elliott with the VetCard Campaign!
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Pictures from our December 2nd optional meeting!
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