The National Honor Society is an organization composed of sophomore, junior, and senior students who meet certain requirements based on scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Members must have attended FHS for at least one semester prior to becoming a member, unless they were a member while enrolled in a previous school. Members may also graduate as Distinguished NHS Graduates by successfully completing at least six (6) Pre-AP, AP or Dual Credit courses (to include at least three (3) AP or Dual Credit courses by graduation).
Any students enrolled in Floresville High School may become new members if they meet certain requirements. Students must be on the HB 5 Distinguished Level of Achievement Program and must also meet a cumulative weighted scholastic average of 92.00 or above. In addition, each member must complete ten (10) hours of community service per semester.
National Honor Society is the outgrowth of a long-standing academic honor society in Floresville once known as the Beta Club. The National Honor Society is a prestigious organization for those students who demonstrate high standards in academics, behavior, and integrity. Their activities may include a canned food drive for the needy for Thanksgiving, assisting with the Veteran’s Day ceremony each November, volunteering at local nursing homes, assisting with the Alternative Center Garden Day and a toy drive for Christmas. In addition, they are involved in several other community service projects and a fund-raiser to support the annual induction ceremony and purchase stoles and tassels for graduating senior members.
NHS Officers 2017-2018
President: Sophia Santos
Vice President: Felipe Hinojosa
Secretary: Sarah Bruett
Treasurer: Mary Lewis
Historian: Caroline Burkett
Parliamentarian: Brenna Henki
Reporter: Bethany Bayer
Student Council Representative: Mark Trevino
NHS Sponsor: Mr. Anthony Warzecha
NHS Activity Directors: Mrs. Sarah Sova and Ms. Laura Yeager