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National Spanish Honor Society

  • Sponsored by Rhonda Abreu and Erinne Aponte, and Catherine Egan

    The Spanish National Honor Society, also known as the SHH (Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica), is a national academic honor society focused on teaching high school students about the Spanish language and culture. The Honor Society typically meets once a month and has many extra-curricular activities. It is affiliated with the national organization, and its members may participate in the national convention, trips, scholarship opportunities, and scholarly publications.  To be inducted as a member of the Spanish National Honor Society, a student must have a minimum cumulative average of 3.0, A's and B's in Spanish classes, and be enrolled in a Spanish class at or above Spanish 4. To remain a member in good standing, a student must meet the NHS attendance, service, and tutoring requirements.