The Importance Of Being A Member Of The National Honor Society

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I believe that I fully embody the four qualities of scholarship, leadership, service, and character that are necessary to be qualified as a member of the National Honor Society. I feel that one of my strongest qualities of these four is scholarship. I feel that this is one of my strongest qualities because I love to learn and help others grow in their learning. I have maintained a 3.94 GPA throughout my past 5 semesters at this school and I have participated in many AP and Honors classes such as: AP Biology, AP Human Geography, Honors Algebra, Honors Chemistry, Honors Pre-Calculus, and Honors Geometry amongst others. I love helping others excel in their learning too as my friends will ask me for help with school as well as me being a source of help for my …show more content…
As a member of the Catholic Church, I try to embody the values that Christ embodied but in particular I try to put the needs of others before my own needs as well as treating others with respect. I think of myself as very kind and respectful but I guess that may be biased. I love helping others with any troubles that they may have and I try to be the best friend that I can be to my friends, the best student that I can be for my teachers, and the best brother and son that I can be to my family. I hope that my actions can be looked at as a positive influence to those around me and if anybody around needed help they would want to come to me for help. I am very welcoming and I keep my moral standards to the highest that they should be. For those reasons I feel that I have a very positive and uplifting character that could be used a model for people to follow if they so desire. I feel that I completely embody the values that are required to become a member of the National Honor Society and I hope that I can keep learning and expanding upon these values so I can become the best person that I am able to

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