• Please congratulate our newly elected NJHS Officers for the 2020-2021 school year! 

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  • 2020-2021 NJHS OFFICERS

    President: Shiva "Robbie" Vania

    Vice President: Autumn Ramos

    Secretary: TBA

    Treasurer: Manar "Mona" Erraouy

    Parliamentarian: Nicole Lewis

    Historian: Rylie Carlson

    Publicist:Camila Benitez

     

     

  • The NJHS Faculty Council consists of five faculty members and the faculty advisor. The faculty council provides input on the selection process, and votes on all major decisions regarding member selection.

     

    Our faculty council consists of...

    1. Ms. Julie Edwards, Media Specialist
    2. Mr. Matthew Gent, 7th Grade Eagle Civics Teacher
    3. Ms. Miranda Korpas, 7th Grade Eagle Science Teacher
    4. Mr. Sean Ryan, 8th Grade Eagle US History Teacher
    5. Ms. Bonnie Moravecky, Guidance Department Chair 

     

    Faculty Advisor:  Ms. Lindsay Malloy, Literacy Coach

  • National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is an international student organization that consists of chapters in middle schools (grades 6-8). The NJHS was founded by the National Association of Secondary School Principals, and today has chapters throughout the United States and around the world. Being eligible for membership is considered an honor, and students who apply and are selected are part of a prestigious student group that emphasizes citizenship, leadership, scholarship, service, and character. 

    • 7th graders who qualify for membership are notified during 2nd semester. Eligibility is based on earning a GPA of 3.5 or higher during the 1st semester of 7th grade.

    • Applications are given to qualifying students in early spring; students must complete the application and submit it on time in order to be considered for membership.

    • For more information, please contact the Faculty Advisor or visit www.njhs.us

    • NJHS Faculty Advisors: 
      • Ms. Autumn Lewis, lewis.autumnz@brevardschools.org
      • Ms. Lindsay Malloy, malloy.lindsay@brevardschools.org
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