Club Overview: 
    The nationally recognized Honor Society for students taking Career & Technical Education classes who demonstrate excellence in their studies and
    who are involved in activities that support our community.
    The purpose of Lambert's NTHS chapter is to unify and promote the high- achieving students enrolled in all CTE courses and their respective co-curricular organizations: Audio/Visual (SkillsUSA), Business and Computer Science (FBLA), Marketing (DECA), Engineering (TSA), Healthcare and Occupational Sciences (HOSA), Education (FCCLA), Culinary (FCCLA), and Food and Nutrition (FCCLA)

    Why Join NTHS: 

    •  You will receive the NTHS honors cord, membership certificate, official pin, window decal, white graduation cap tassel and an official NTHS honors seal on your diploma.
    • NTHS membership is required to earn a medallion in pathway completion.
    • NTHS is respected by business, industry and education as an organization that fosters scholastic achievements, skill development, leadership, responsibility, and good character.
    • Membership adds value and prestige to your resume and portfolio
    • You will meet people with similar goals and interests
    • What is Required for Membership (to earn official Induction and honors grad cord)
      • Complete 12 service credits for their CTSO by Spring of Senior YeaR
      • Participate in 1 Dress for Success Day (CTAE hosts one per semester)
      • Successfully participate in Mock Interviews (required of all 3rd course pathway students during spring semester
      • Pass your End of Pathway Exam OR an alternative assessment/certification (as approved by your Pathway/CTSO Adviser)

    New Members pay $50 on School Pay AFTER being accepted          41 – 381 LHS NTHS (National Technical Honor Society)

    NTHS Applications  are due on September 1, 2023 :https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=ucFBvII3AkSp4r-McSVXkMZPWMFizd5Fq-j7B4FX3ptUM1NHUDZYV0xaQU9CNVQ0NFJYSTRPSk0wUC4u 


    Applications are available through CTSO advisors. Please see below:
    DECA: Cassidy Mazzei, Brian Biggers, and Michael Roberts
    FCCLA: Madison Adams, Hailey Guerrasio, Nancy Isham
    FBLA: Jason Ware, Joe Fuqua, Stephanie Beaulieu, Satheya Chandran, Jason Earwood
    HOSA: Catherine O'Haver, Melinda Suber, Tracey Floyd, Josh Bush
    TSA:  Josh Sullivan
    IGEM: Catherine Sharer
    Skills USA: Deborah Hutchison, Waheetha banu Yunus
    FRC : Anupam Goli 
    Note to parents: There will not necessarily be an advisor or sponsor present at events where your child is volunteering unless it is a DECA, FBLA, TSA, HOSA, FCCLA, or SkillsUSA sponsored event. Please be cognizant of this.
Last Modified on August 31, 2023