National Honor Society 2021-2022CHARACTER, SCHOLARSHIP, LEADERSHIP, SERVICEA chapter of the prestigious National Honor Society (http://www.nhs.us/), Luella's NHS is dedicated to the organization's principles of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. The chapter bylaws were revised and ratified on September 30, 2016. Students who meet minimum GPA and course selection requirements are invited to apply for membership.
Information on the fall 2021 application process and due dates are available here. Applications are reviewed and members selected by the NHS Faculty Council: Mr. Jay Travis, Ms. Donna Scoggins, Mr. Matthew Ezeh, Ms. Kimberly Davis, Ms. Lacey Crowe, and Ms. Camille Bratton.National Honor Society is more than an honor recognition. The mission of the Luella High School chapter of NHS is to recognize and foster enthusiasm for scholarship, to promote the development of strong character, to encourage positive leadership, and to cultivate responsible citizenship through service to school and community. These four principles shape the organization’s activities and are reflected in the members’ responsibilities and commitment to the LHS and greater communities.
- SENIORS: weighted cumulative grade point average of 3.7 (with completion and/or enrollment in at least 6 credits of core academic AP or AP-equivalent core DE courses)
- JUNIORS: weighted cumulative grade point average of 3.8 (with completion and/or enrollment in at least 4 credits of core academic AP or AP-equivalent core DE courses)
- SOPHOMORES (second-semester ONLY): weighted cumulative grade point average of 4.0 (with completion and/or enrollment in at least 2 credits of AP courses as well as earning at least 1 high school credit during middle school)
Co-Presidents Executive Officers Co-Presidents Elect Isha Shah & Emilia Keesey Mansi Patel & Hailey Bos
Jaylen Spellman-Reliford2012 Georgia Teacher of the Finalist, Ms. Boyd teaches AP English Literature, AP English Language, and AP Capstone (Seminar & Research). She is the English Department chair, Advanced Placement co-chair, and Peer Facilitation advisor at Luella. She serves as a College Board AP Advocate State Lead, AP Exam scoring leader, and Georgia Department of Education AP Specialist Teacher. She holds degrees from Presbyterian College, University of Tennessee, University of Sierra Leone (West Africa), and University of Georgia.
Last Modified on October 4, 2021