In order to qualify for consideration for the National Honor Society, a student must earn a cumulative GPA of at least 3.3 through 4 semesters of high school work. Selection to the National Honor Society is then based on contributions the student has made in the areas of character, service, leadership, and scholarship. A faculty council composed of 5 faculty members selects the new NHS members. The selections are based on a 100-point scale; to be selected, a student must average at least 85 points. The induction ceremony is held in the fall of the year.
The National Honor Society meets regularly during the school year. Its activities revolve around service. The group regularly conducts two blood drives every school year. It runs a coat check at selected school activities. Other service activities may also arise during the course of the school year. It is expected that each member will be involved in at least five service projects during the year.