Fortunate is one who understands the causes of things
Daniel Aldana- Rodriguez
Chin (Jin) Sung Kim
Liyu (Timothy) Yao
|Biondi Gonzalez, Luciano Jesus|
|Dineen, Kilian Partick|
|Dingus, Grace Emily|
|Mendenilla, Alyssandra Kim Tiongson|
|Olson, Eric Thomas|
|Rhymes, Michelle Lee|
|Thapa, Monica Ann|
|Washington, Bria Nicole|
|New Members Grade 11|
|Bierly, Alex Karl|
|Blumen, Matthew Jacob|
|Dennis, Abrianna Madrigal|
|Dhami, Harnaik Singh|
|Du, Andy Phuoc|
|Funk, Bailey Kaitlyn|
|George, Emmett Robert|
|Greiner, Gabriella Grace|
|Ha, Christina Haeleem|
|Hahn, Timothy Youngmin|
|Hardy, Lauren Rene|
|Holiday Jr., Hershel Louis|
|Karetnyi, Anastasia Y|
|Karim, Ayman Shafin|
|Khan, Eram Rahman|
|Koo, Elaine Heejin|
|Ladak, Ziyanah Imtiaz|
|Lee, Brian Hyun Ho|
|Lee, Hyung Jin|
|Liu, Cody Hao|
|Ludwig, Jonathan Ronald|
|Maclean, Corinne Marie|
|Magarelli, Connie Grace|
Morales, Grace Helen
America has been honoring brilliant students through honor societies since 1921.Educators began to notice the need for subject specific honor societies inAmerica’s high schools in the 1980's. Since then, new honor societies have sprung up to recognize and encourage students in such areas as English, Art,French, and Spanish. Until now, there has been no national honor society for Science. In this era of rapidly changing technologies and scientific advancement, it is time to encourage and recognize high school students in the Sciences.
Science National Honor Society will be open to Freedom students who meet the following criteria:
* Members must be in the eleventh or twelfth grade
* Members must maintain a 3.8 (B+) average in all science courses, and a 3.0 grade point average in all classes.
* A member needs to have completed an honors class during their freshman year.
* A member must have completed either an honors or other upper level science course in their sophomore year.
* A member must continue to pursue upper level and AP classes during their junior and senior year.
* Participate in peer tutoring after school and at TALONS.
* Assist with science fair (this can involve anything from set up, mentoring, peer editing, and counseling).
* Complete at least one service project during the year.
* Encourage and recognize scientific and intellectual thought.
* Advance the students’ knowledge of classical and modern science.
* Communicate with the scientific community.
* Aid the civic community with its comprehension of science.