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Request a NHS Tutor

GRACE students may request a NHS tutor using the Request a GRACE Tutor Form. Your tutoring needs will be matched with an available NHS student by the officers of the GRACE chapter.

National Honor Society Eligibility

At GRACE Christian School, sophomores, juniors, and seniors will be assessed for National Honor Society (NHS) eligibility at the end of March. An overview of the eligibility requirements includes: 

  • Must be selected as a candidate by GRACE's faculty
  • Must be members of GRACE's sophomore, junior, or senior class
  • Have a weighted minimum cumulative GPA of 3.7
  • Consideration also based on: service, leadership, and character
  • All community service hours must be up to date

After being notified of eligibility, a student may submit the candidate application to be considered for induction.

To learn more about the GRACE Chapter of the NHS, please read the GRACE National Honor Society Chapter Bylaws. This document includes more details about NHS eligibility and ongoing requirements and includes important dates and deadlines. 

In addition to maintaining the standards that earn membership, NHS members attend chapter meetings; perform service projects that benefit their school and communities; and fulfill other responsibilities as required by GRACE Christian School including the following:

Chapter Community Service Project

At GRACE, we have created the tutoring program to meet the NHS requirement for all chapters to have a community service. Tutoring requirements for GRACE's NHS students include:

  • a minimum of 10 hours/year
  • must be with a GRACE student (to specifically impact this community)
  • tutoring a sibling is only permitted if sibling's teacher has signed the Sibling Tutoring Confirmation Form

Students must log all hours on the NHS Tutoring Form and have a supervising adult sign-off that they witnessed the tutoring being completed.

Individual service hours

In addition to the chapter service hours, NHS students will need their individual service hours to include: 

  • a minimum of 10 hours/year of community service of their choice
    • This is in addition to the 20 hours required by all GRACE students to graduate.

Students must log all completed hours on NHS Individual Service Form and submit it to their NHS adviser by the due date.

Students who consistently fulfill all of these requirements will be allowed to wear the NHS cords at GRACE Christian School’s graduation ceremony.


2021-2022 NHS Members

  • Anna Kate Armstrong
  • Cole Armstrong
  • Sophie Arruza *
  • Davis Blount
  • Lindsey Brookhart
  • Melanie Carlson
  • Mike Chase
  • Kiki Chen
  • Zoe Chiu
  • Ire Debayo-Doherty *
  • Stella Giuggio
  • Abby Guerra
  • Kaden Haslam
  • Asher Hickman
  • Emily Hodges
  • Jack Keady
  • Cooper Land
  • Ava Mendez
  • Sean Moss
  • Bradley Obusek
  • Thomas Rhoads
  • Emma Grace Tessneer
  • Cooper Tew
  • Jonathan Till
  • Will Walters
  • Carter Ward
  • Meredith Wells *
  • Ellie Whichard
  • Katie Wilson
  • Maddi Barnes
  • Walker Blount
  • Makayla Brock
  • Payton Chapman
  • Matt Cole
  • Muriel Folk
  • Taylor Fontaine
  • Hannah Graham
  • Abby Hairr
  • Armas Hakovirta
  • Ella Harris
  • Avery Hawley
  • Ava Henderson
  • Julien King
  • Faith Martin
  • Melody Miller
  • Julie Munsoor
  • Ava Poprocki
  • Sean Slough
  • Zak Swecker
  • Alyssa Tucker
  • Jordyn Veasey
  • Landon Wheeler
  • Andrew Wilson
  • Caleb Woodworth
* NHS Officer


For more information about the GRACE NHS Chapter, please contact Marcia Wingerd at [email protected]