What is the difference between NHS and NJHS?

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What is the difference between NHS and NJHS?

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The National Honor Society (NHS) is the name for the high school level organization. Members are either juniors or seniors in high school. The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is a middle school organization. Huron juniors should consider themselves as junior members of NHS. What if a student did not receive an invitation letter? If the student has a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better, the student is eligible to be selected as a member of NHS. Most likely the letter was lost in the mail. Extra copies of the invitation letter are available from the Faculty Sponsor and on this website. Students may attach a copy of their transcript to the membership survey to demonstrate that they have an eligible GPA. How is selection determined? The Faculty Council reads and scores each membership survey according to the Scoring Rubric. The NHS Constitution does not require a point system to aid the Faculty Council in rating candidates, but it does suggest that “developing and implementing a fair poin

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