Beta Club recognizes academic achievement, promotes character, develops leadership skills, and encourages community service.Students in 10th, 11th, or 12th grade with a weighted GPA of 3.0 or higher (or 9th grade with at least a 90% average from middle school) and no serious disciplinary problems are eligible for consideration.How to become a member of OHS Beta Club:Ola High School Beta is by application only. The application window is now closed.Those interested in helping their community, developing leadership skills, and striving to maintain academic excellence are welcome to apply.If you are a 9th grader that was in Junior Beta in middle school, you still have to apply for OHS Beta (membership does NOT roll over); 10th - 12th graders that were members of OHS Beta last year, DO NOT need to re-apply. Veteran members do NOT need to pay dues this year ('21-'22); only new members need to pay dues ($25), and this can be done through the School Bucks app.
Once members are accepted into Beta Club, they must attend monthly meetings and serve at least 20 community service hours per year (minimum of 10 hours must come from Beta Club-sponsored events). Please report hours served outside of Beta club projects HERE. Mandatory attendance for monthly meetings will begin in the second semester of the '21-'22 school year.
PROBATION may result
Members placed on probation for the second semester must complete the 20-hour service mandate by March 31st to be taken off probation. Failure to do so results in removal from Beta club without reinstatement in the future.Get REMIND! messages (after being accepted into Beta Club): Join Ola BetaLeadership Team 2021 - 2022President Bella ChapmanVice President Megan HancockSecretary Mason WorshamReporter Aaron NoblesMeeting Snapshot - review meeting presentationsLook for sign-up genius links in your remind posts so you can participate in upcoming activities.Senior AwardsHonor cord and gold seal: Senior members that have not missed more than one meeting second semester AND have completed 20 service hours by March 31st will be awarded a graduation cord and a gold seal on their diploma.
- if a member does NOT accrue 10 service hours by the beginning of second semester (1/10).
- missing more than one meeting in a semester results in probation for the following semester.
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