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National Honor Society Candidates for introduction into the National Honor Society are selected from the junior and senior classes. In order to qualify for consideration, a student must have a cumulative unweighted average of 88 in Regents or Honors classes. A student must complete an application that documents a wide variety of community service and leadership, and write an essay. A selection committee then carefully screens the candidates’ applications. Once selected, members are expected to maintain the high standards which were the basis for their selection. As an organization, the National Honor Society seeks to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character. Advisor, Ms. Schilt.  All requirements are reviewed with eligible students prior to the submission of their applications. Business Honor Society Seniors must complete 3 units in business course by the end of year. Sophomores/Juniors must complete 2 units and planning to complete one more prior to graduation. They must have an 88 average in business courses and an overall average of 80. Candidates must demonstrate character, leadership, and service - giving appropriate evidence. Advisor, Mrs. Reilly. Tri-M Honor Society Students must participate in a performing group in the school’s music department, exhibit a good attitude toward teachers and fellow students are cooperative and helpful in their classes and school, have registered with the Tri-M office with form and payment, and have maintained a 90 average in all music performing classes, and an 85 average in other academic subjects. Advisor, Mrs. Meadows. Vincent Foley Foreign Language Honor Society Candidates for induction are selected from those students who are in Level 3 Foreign Language classes. A student must have an 85 average in each level of language studies and a cumulative average of 80 in all other courses excluding Foreign Language since their language studies began. Candidates are screened for character, class participation and oral competency. Members are expected to maintain high standards of performance in their subsequent language studies. Advisor, Mrs. Coleman. 


Art Honor Society


Candidates for induction must maintain a high grade point average in each of their art classes. They must participate in Art activities beyond their school day and complete 20 hours of art related community service. Each member is encouraged to uphold an excellent attendance record and model first rate behavior in all of their classes. Honor Society members are expected to participate in seasonal window painting for local businesses, mural painting to beautify our school, and will participate in several art contests, competitions and workshops.

Advisor, Mrs. Bodolai


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Business Honor Society


The primary purpose of The New York State Business and Marketing Honor Society, a part of the Business Teachers Association of New York State, is to recognize those students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in a secondary Business/Marketing program.

Sophomores and juniors selected for this honor must have a minimum of two units of Business/Marketing course work and seniors must have three units of Business/Marketing course work.

In addition, the student must maintain an 88% Business/Marketing Course GPA as well as a minimum overall GPA of 80%. All Business and Marketing Honor Society candidates must also demonstrate good character, leadership qualities, and service to their school and/or community.

Current members:
Aebli, Timothy
Atz, Thomas
Barreiros, Katlyn
Bifulco, Samantha
Brower, Nicholas
Brown-Hurley, Kyla
Buturla, Nicholas
Cronin, Courtney
Filiberto, Connor
Lipani, Jacob
Marciano, Lauren
McDevitt, Scott
Paolo, Emily
Pierre, Megan
Smith, Meghan
Terranova, Marisa
Trapani, Peter



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Vincent Foley Foreign Language Honor Society 


Candidates for induction are selected from those students who are in Level 3 Foreign Language classes. A student must have an 85 average in each level of language studies and a cumulative average of 80 in all other courses excluding Foreign Language since their language studies began. Candidates are screened for character, class participation and oral competency. Members are expected to maintain high standards of performance in their subsequent language studies. Advisor, Mrs. Coleman.


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Math & Science Honor Society





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National Honor Society


Candidates for introduction into the National Honor Society are selected from the junior and senior classes. In order to qualify for consideration, a student must have a cumulative unweighted average of 88 in Regents or Honors classes. A student must complete an application that documents a wide variety of community service and leadership, and write an essay. A selection committee then carefully screens the candidates’ applications. Once selected, members are expected to maintain the high standards which were the basis for their selection. As an organization, the National Honor Society seeks to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character. Advisor, Ms. Schilt.  All requirements are reviewed with eligible students prior to the submission of their applications.


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Tri-M Honor Society

 
Students must participate in a performing group in the school’s music department, exhibit a good attitude toward teachers and fellow students are cooperative and helpful in their classes and school, have registered with the Tri-M office with form and payment, and have maintained a 90 average in all music performing classes, and an 85 average in other academic subjects. Advisor, Mrs. Meadows.

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