Free to Develop Chapter Identity

Stephanie Robertson, a member of the NEHS Advisory Council and English teacher at Smithville High School in Missouri, shares ideas about mentoring a new NEHS chapter advisor. Her ideas may give others ideas on how to encourage colleagues in schools … Continue reading

Congratulations Scholarship Winners (Part 3)

Please join us in congratulating the 2016-2017 National English Honor Society (NEHS) Scholarship Recipients. Read on to learn more about this year’s winners of Stipends and NEHS Scholarships. Haley Johnson NEHS Scholarship Recipient Final Chapter Pompano Beach High School, Pompano … Continue reading

Congratulations Scholarship Winners (Part 2)

Please join us in congratulating the 2016-2017 National English Honor Society (NEHS) Scholarship Recipients. Read on to learn more about this year’s winners of the Sigma Tau Delta Scholarships, NEHS Exemplary Scholarships, and NEHS Honor Scholarship. Diana Reed Sigma Tau … Continue reading

Congratulations Scholarship Winners (Part 1)

Please join us in congratulating the 2016-2017 National English Honor Society (NEHS) Scholarship Recipients. Read on to learn more about this year’s winners of the William C. Johnson Scholarship, the Director’s Scholarship, the Advisory Council Scholarships, and the NEHS Distinguished … Continue reading

Intellectual Freedom: The Right to Read

National English Honor Society (NEHS) strives to honor literature and promote free and open access to books; the Society endorses the American Library Association‘s (ALA) celebration of Banned Books Week. Banned Books Week unites community members, educators, and readers in … Continue reading

People, Presence, and Perseverance: My Experience at the Vanderbilt Summer Academy

At the Opening Ceremonies of Vanderbilt Summer Academy, we were introduced to three words that would guide our experiences during the three-week intensive academic program: People, Presence, and Perseverance. Throughout the three weeks spent in my Novel Writing class, I … Continue reading

Putting Our Motto into Action: Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library

The National English Honor Society (NEHS) motto, “Gelest Sceal Mid Are,” is Old English for “duty goes with honor.” Every year, chapters engage in outstanding projects that exemplify putting the motto into action. This year, NEHS has the opportunity to … Continue reading

Intellectual Freedom: Support Banned Books Week

In fulfillment of the National English Honor Society‘s (NEHS) ambition to honor literature and promote free and open access to books, the Society endorses the American Library Association‘s celebration of Banned Books Week, held annually during the final week of … Continue reading

Lindsey L. Ward: 2015-2016 Outstanding NEHS Advisor

Dave Wendelin NEHS Director The National English Honor Society (NEHS) is pleased to announce that the first recipient of the John L. Manear Outstanding Advisor Award is Lindsey L. Ward from The Woodlands College Park High School in Texas. This … Continue reading