National Honor Society Pledge:
I pledge myself to uphold
The high purposes of the National Honor Society
To which I have been selected
I will be true to the principals for which it stands
I will be loyal to my school;
And will maintain and encourage
High standards of scholarship, service, leadership, and character
At Mt. Vernon High School and in my community.
The four main purposes of NHS are: to create enthusiasm for scholarship; to stimulate a desire to render service; to promote leadership; and to develop character in the students of secondary schools. Giving back with community service teaches the students that they can make a difference by helping others.
- Check your email and Google Classroom daily for volunteer opportunities.
- Check outside Mr. Goff's door for other opportunities.
- We welcome any service opportunity ideas.
Announcements & Events
- Meetings: Meetings are the first Tuesday of every month in Mr. Goff's room. You may attend at 8:00 a.m. or during SRT.
- BlackLight Volleyball: 7 p.m. in the gym. All proceeds go to Riley Children's Hospital.
News & Accomplishments
January 2016-Teachers across the school district donated money to wear "Jeans for Riley." NHS was able to raise an additional $560 for Riley Children's Hospital.
January 2016-National Honor Society was able to raise $1092.07 during "Ragu for Riley" at Friday's homecoming game. This brings our grand total for money raised this year for Riley to $1592.07.
September 2015 -
Welcome new NHS members! There were 28 new NHS members inducted on Tuesday, September 15, 2015.
August 2015 - Several NHS students helped with the Kammy's Kause event. An event organizer stated, "I wanted to let you know that the NHS kids were great! They worked hard and helped us shave 3-4 hours off our day today. We really appreciate their selflessness and their service."
March/April 2015 - NHS raised a total of $8,246.12 through “Penny Wars” and the "Riley Dance Marathon" in April. The funds will go towards Riley Hospital's MagicCastle Cart program and the Palliative Care program.
February 2015 - NHS collected over 100 pairs of jeans through a promotion with Aeropostale. These jeans are then donated to local charities and homeless shelters.
December 2014 - NHS sponsored the food drive for the MVHS/Gleaners Food Pantry
October 2014 - The Children's Museum Family Fun Night had many NHS students volunteering as an organization to help run a smooth night.