National Junior Honor Society, Cardigan Chapter BY KEN CUSHING
National Junior Honor Society, Cardigan Chapter The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is a school-oriented organizatio...
About the Author Ken Cushing is the department chairman of worldlanguages at the boys-only Cardigan MountainSchool in New ...
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National junior honor society, cardigan chapter

The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is a school-oriented organization in the United States to recognize academically outstanding middle school students, typically grades 6 to 9 in most states. Founded in 1929 as a branch of the National Honor Society (NHS) for high school students, the NJHS (and NHS) today are supervised and supported by the National Association of Secondary School Principals, a nonprofit professional association that promotes overall excellence in K-12 education. Based in Reston, Virginia, the National Junior Honor Society has chapters in all 50 states, representing nearly 1 million middle school students in America.
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  • 1. National Junior Honor Society, Cardigan Chapter BY KEN CUSHING
  • 2. National Junior Honor Society, Cardigan Chapter The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is a school-oriented organization in the United States to recognize academically outstanding middle school students, typically grades 6 to 9 in most states. Founded in 1929 as a branch of the National Honor Society (NHS) for high school students, the NJHS (and NHS) today are supervised and supported by the National Association of Secondary School Principals, a nonprofit professional association that promotes overall excellence in K-12 education. Based in Reston, Virginia, the National Junior Honor Society has chapters in all 50 states, representing nearly 1 million middle school students in America. The NJHS encourages not only academic excellence but also direct involvement in school activities and community service. At many NJHS chapters across the nation, student members initiate service projects for the development of their schools and communities, and members of the NJHS are often awarded lapel pins, medallions, or embroidered patches to signify for their school achievements and membership in the society.
  • 3. About the Author Ken Cushing is the department chairman of worldlanguages at the boys-only Cardigan MountainSchool in New Hampshire and a council member ofthe National Junior Honor Society, Cardiganchapter. As a NJHS council member and teamleader, Ken Cushing makes a difference in the lives ofCardigan boys by helping them to plan and executetheir community service projects.

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