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Northport High School

National Honor Society


The National Honor Society is a national organization which recognizes those students who excel in academic achievement, leadership and academic integrity, and contribute to their school and community. Members of the honor society at Northport High School uphold the high standards which are the framework for the national organization and provide a variety of school and community services. 

Each year, eligibility is open to any sophomore, junior or senior in good academic standing with a minimum of a 93% weighted cumulative average. You must provide evidence of school and community participation as outlined below: 

  • At least two school sponsored extra/co-curricular activities or sports each year within the high school. Each activity must be completed through the duration of that activity (i.e. one sports season, one year of a club etc.). Clubs need not be the same each year, but must be completed for that school year. Each activity must have the coach/advisor signature attached to the activity.  

  • 5 hours community service outside OR school sponsored. Each community service must have the description and advisor signatures. 

Eligibility letters for all students who meet the GPA requirement are emailed home to each student in early March. Students are notified of their admission status in April.

National Honor Society advisors are Mrs. Cromeyn ( and Mrs. Kohlmann (