SHH (Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica-National Spanish Honor Society) membership is by invitation only for students In Spanish level III or higher AT Woodland High School. Applications became available in Google Classroom on the morning of March 1, 2021.


    Sponsors: Sra. Linda  Chinn, WHS, room 225 y Sra. Glenda Torres, room 223.


      ¡Feliz 2021!
     Our charter chapter formed in May, 2008.
    The Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is an national honor society to which students enrolled in Spanish levels III, IV, and AP at Woodland High School may apply and then be invited for membership.  Qualifying students in Spanish Level III or higher at WHS may apply for membership.  (Applications were available in room 225 and were due BY Thursday, August 19, 2021.)
    Congratulations to our candidates for membership invited on Thursday, August 26!
    These candidates
    ~Submitted a complete application BY 8/19/21
    ~Are currently enrolled in Spanish III or higher at WHS
    ~Have at least a 90 cumulative average for Spanish classes taken in high school
    ~Have at least a 3.0 overall weighted GPA
    ~Have no referrals in the last 2 years
    ~Are commited to our ideals, including peer tutoring in Spanish at school and a community service project each semester.
    Our purpose: Academic, social and cultural activities involving the Spanish language and the Spanish-speaking cultures.
    To MAINTAIN membership (claim membership and receive honor cord at graduation for being a member in good standing) complete the following:
    1.) Maintain at least a 90 average in your Spanish classes. 
    2.) Maintain at least a 3.0 overall weighted GPA.
    3.) Maintain a clean discipline record: no ISS or referrals
    4.) Maintain good character: no vipolation of county, school, or teacher rules, or other misbehavior
    5.) No academic integrity infractions.
    6.) Pay dues$35 BY August 31, 2021.
    7.) Work as a peer tutor at least once every semester.
    8.) Participate in our community service project each semester.
       ¡Todos a una!
    (=All together!)
    Looking forward to a wonderful year with you!





Last Modified on August 27, 2021