Membership in the National Honor Society is a tremendous honor. The organization presents opportunities for me to Improve my leadership skills, build my character, an d contribute to the community through service. Academic performance is a top priority for me, an d I try to maintain my grades. Just as Important, I recognize the need to develop my leadership skills and give back to my school and my community. It’s my opinion that National Honor Society provides opportunities for me excel in all these areas.

My involvement in the Centennial High School Color Guard has provided many opportunities for leadership, character development, and service. For example, I have been on Varsity Winter Guard for two years, and this past year I have spent a lot of time mentor ring younger guard members. A leadership role that I have found rewarding. In Dalton, I put in extra effort to assist in color guard activities before and after school. Recognizing this com eminent to the organization, the color guard director has entrusted me with administrative tasks hat free him up to do other things.

Taking on this responsibility has increased my confidence and has encouraged me to assist above and beyond the requirements to make the organization n stronger. All in all, I believe that my efforts have had a positive effect on the organization. The National Honor Society is an organization that not only recognizes individual off rats but also operates as a team. My experiences in color guard and in band (l play the baa soon) have been instrumental in showing me the value of working cooperatively with others.

Bee member of centennials vibrant band program has provided an excellent life lesson I n the value of teamwork. Put simply, a multi unit marching band or concert band cannot achieve the level of success that we have achieved In our band programs If the members don’t work well together and respect one another. Individual accomplishment provides a certain level of satisfy action; Is individual accomplishment. In addition to these qualities, it’s also important for me to demonstrate to my peers the at women can excel in non rotational roles.

Academically, I am interested in a field that not a lot of women go into, and it’s not easy to be the only girl in a computer science class, as I have seen this year. Nonetheless, it’s important for me to be true to who I am. Not being defined by stereotypes has pushed me to not compromise my principles. I look forward to the pop opportunities in the National Honor Society where I can serve as a role model for other young whom Being a member of the National Honor Society means more to me than Just a bullet p into to impress college recruiters.

It provides opportunities for character development, lea dervish, and service that can only contribute to my personal growth. I believe that I have much to offer to our chapter of INS. As outlined above I enjoy helping others, and helping others achieve success. Through INS I believe that my e enthusiasm and willingness to work hard will be beneficial to my school and my community. I look forward to being a part of the National Honor Society and all that it represents.