Shine a spotlight on your student leaders! Submit a brief description of a student leader you appreciate, and they will be featured on this map for all to see and celebrate. Select student stories will be featured on the National Honor Society and National Student Council social media accounts.
Loachapoka High School
Jahunna is a student leader that leads by example. She led our Black History program which was highlighted by the Tuskegee University World renowned Golden Voices. Jahunna also takes her learning very seriously. She entered in the TU Oratorical competition. She placed 1st.
Southside High School
Kyler is proud to serve as much as he learns. Involved with band since 6th grade, serving as section leader for the baritone & mellophone sections. President of SHS Tech Club, Historian of NHS, Peer Helper, Tutor, National Merit Scholar Finalist, ACT 36, AP Qualifying 4 courses
Herberger Young Scholars Academy
Sophia is an individual who sees a need and works to meet it – without expectation of reward or thank you. In addition to serving on both the NHS and the Thespian Society leadership, she works to open doors to diversity issues within her community. She is an advocate of all.
Herberger Young Scholars Academy
In addition to actively contributing to the leadership of several school organizations (NHS, STUGO, International Thespian Society) Drew works within the greater community to create bridges with various cultures and groups. She is an individual who offers to all around her.
Notre Dame Preparatory
Chris is a House Captain this year, the equivalent of president. He is also the leader of our student cheering section, called the Dog Pound. He organizes, scripts and leads our school pep rallies and student tailgates before games. He also founded our Ukulele Club this year.
Alpena High School
Raegan is the president of our local NHS affiliate. She has been instrumental in all our activities, from raising over $900 to contribute to local charities, coordinating fundraising volunteers and angel tree sponsors, and organizing members volunteering for Special Olympics.
APEX Homeschool Program
Rebecca is leader at APEX through National Honor Society, being a TA for art, and yearbook. She is our editor-in-chief this year and will help produce our school’s first ever high school only yearbook. She is on subcommittees for NHS and is positive member of our school.
APEX Homeschool Program
Jasey has performed in our musical theater program for many years. This year, she is the stage manager for our production of “Bye, Bye Birdie”. She has demonstrated excellence in leadership while assisting the directors, cast members and parents. She exceeds all expectations!
Colorado State Student Leadership
Shannel leads with confidence at her school and across the wider community as president of Colorado State Student Leadership. She challenges peers to see new perspectives and collaborates with other leaders to build positive, sustainable programming within our schools.
Litchfield High School
Whenever we need music at an event, Luke is right there with the equipment to make our events happen. He has drafted underclassmen and middle-schoolers to ensure his legacy, but he has promised to come back and help with sound if need be. Luke is kind, and he has a ready smile.
Litchfield High School
Faye can envision a project from beginning to end and establish the milestones for each completed phase. Her integrity and her work ethic command the respect of her peers. Her peers trust her quiet leadership. (Bottom center of photo, in witch’s cap visiting cancer patients.)
Sports Leadership and Management Academy
Nicklaus is a Senior from our first graduating class of 2020. He is always available to assist and partakes in all NHS events; growing as a leader. Initially, he was hesitant to join NHS, but now he feels that this is the best decision he has ever made in high school!
James N. L.
Saint Francis Catholic Academy
This young man is our Student Council President. In the beginning of the 2019/2020 school year he was very nervous and unsure of himself, now, he has stepped up every time I have asked him to address the student body, contact other Student Council, and so much more.
Effingham College and Career Academy
Carolyn has been tireless in her efforts to make our community a better place. She spearheaded a Play Doh drive to give to children with cancer. She also organized a Movie Night where the students brought toys to give to Toys for Tots. Her passion is contagious!
Anna Grace W.
Collinsville High School
Anna has dedicated her entire high school career to the service of others. She has worked tirelessly to help the most vulnerable people in the local community, working with elementary schools, soup kitchens, food pantries, senior centers, and coordinating fundraising campaigns.
Columbus Signature Academy, New Tech Campus
Brock leads by acknowledging and inspiring people’s strengths, as well as by example. His infectious wit and energy exudes a kindness that motivates others to accomplish more, therefore making a larger impact in service. His willingness to stretch his comfort zone is admirable.
Bettendorf High School
As the past president of the board, Mitch helped plan the IA State Project around mental health. He took a passion that was important to him and has student councils across IA behind him. Mitch’s enthusiasm brings out the inner leader in students and will continue to spark Iowa.
Fleming County High School
During the past two years, Sydney has been the leader of a student voice movement to create and maintain a statewide student council for Kentucky. Sydney founded the Kentucky Student Council Association this past September with enthusiasm, persistence, and grit.
Lakeview Jr/Sr High School
Gracie is an FFA officer, and the NHS officer. She is currently teaching the next generation of students both in FFA and in NHS how to take over for her upon graduation. She is passing the torch and her legacy will live on through them. I am so proud to watch her grow.
Roswell High School
This girl is amazing! She is from Roswell but served as our district StuCo Secretary then went on to be our State Secretary! She has been an amazing example for leadership and she is full of energy and just knowing she’s gonna be at an event makes everyone that much more excited.
Shelter Island High School
As NHS President, Emma leads with quiet authority. She is an amazing student, an impassioned environmentalist, a molecular scientist, a creative writer and a genuine kind person. While hosting a penny drive for leukemia or building with Habitat for Humanity, she is wonderful.
Avon Central School District
Brooke is our chapter president. She is a hard worker who has been willing to learn how to plan and facilitate meetings, encourage her peers, and lead both overtly and also by being a role model. She works with her fellow officers and myself as adviser. She is a positive member.
Lancaster High School
Among other leadership roles, Courtney co-chairs the SWISS (Students Working to Improve the School Setting) Committee, meeting with school leaders to develop solutions to concerns within the school environment. Her talents and enthusiasm are unmistakable in all of her projects.
Central Cabarrus High School
Tristin is one of the most valuable members we have. Not only does he complete all adviser paperwork admist other council work; he also is an active member in many other leadership roles. Tristin is a Pastor, serves on graduation committee, the bible association, and had 4 jobs.
Jay M Robinson Middle School
Ever since starting her non-profit, www.kidzthatcare.org Maia has led several community service projects in support of many charities throughout Charlotte. She has been honored with a Prudential Spirit of Community Award and Presidential Volunteer Service Award for serving.
Mid-East Career and Technology Center
Nadia is a bright star. As President of NHS she is an outstanding, planful leader, caring and charismatic. She is also SkillsUSA Vice President on campus, and a regional officer with SkillsUSA Ohio. She is on her Cross Country team, and works part time. She has a 4.0.
Medina High School
Rowan is our student council’s junior class president and the impact she has made on our school is extraordinary. She has gone through a lot in the past year, but her passion for making our school a better place has never wavered. She is an inspiration and a role model to all.
Lebanon High School
Emily is involved with multiple groups and activities at our HS. She is the President of our NHS and was also elected for student council. She participates in a variety of groups and activities. She has volunteered at a number events both in school and in the community.
Cedar Crest High School
Cyja has done a remarkable job representing PASC as the 2018 state president, as well as representing Cedar Crest. This year she spearheaded Connecting Over Literature and Art (COLA) program that connect HS students with 3rd graders in the district. She’s a motivational Leader!
Desoto High School
Ms. Chayla Williams is the Desoto NHS Chapter president. She facilitates our chapter meetings, coordinates our community service projects such as the Desoto Library Reading Camp, as well as remain connected to our other student organizations such as the Interact Club.
University High School
Ivette has served as the chapter president for the last two years. She initiated a student-let recycling program at our school. She organizes a schedule, communicating with all involved. She is a also a volunteer tax-preparer, helping thousands of local citizens file their taxes.
Brooks Collegiate Academy
Veronica is the President of the Brooks Collegiate Academy chapter of NHS. She has prepared agendas, organized officer meetings, and conducted chapter meetings. She has proven to be a great leader for the BCA chapter. She has also organized numerous volunteer opportunities.
London High School
Cynthia, our chapter president, has been a leader in the chapter and started PSAT prep camps for 8th graders and a winter clothing drive for the homeless. In addition, she sets the example in her classes as No.1 scholar and motivating others to get involved in school.
Racine Lutheran High School
As our chapter vice president Connor has a huge impact. He volunteers at health care facilities, leads music at church, played music at a nursing home, prepared meals for the homeless, participated in vision screening at local grade schools, and serves as a student ambassador.
District of Columbia
School Without Walls at Francis Stevens
I have had the pleasure of working with Riliegh for the past five years. She is a leader by nature. She is very respectful and exudes positive energy for all she encounters. Riliegh is helpful to her peers with supporting their project and research. She is a joy to have.