Congratulations Outstanding Chapter Award Recipient

Congratulations to the Best-Shirey-Little Chapter of the National English Honor Society (NEHS) from Sullivan High School in Sullivan, IL, for being recognized as the 2016-2017 NEHS Outstanding Chapter. The chapter engaged in a whole series of activities throughout the year, … 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

Cassaundra Bell Receives NEHS Outstanding Advisor Award

With pride, National English Honor Society (NEHS) recognizes the leadership and contributions of Cassaundra Bell, Chapter Advisor at Woodland High School in Stockbridge, GA, by awarding her the 2016-2017 John L. Manear Outstanding Advisor Award. Bell was nominated by her … 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

Outstanding Chapter Award 2014-2015 Recipient: McLean High School

Christina Shin Chapter Advisor McLean High School Chapter McLean High School, McLean, VA Each year the National English Honor Society (NEHS) recognizes a local chapter which has exhibited outstanding motivation, creativity, and service in the preceding year with the Outstanding … Continue reading

Intellectual Freedoms

by Dave Wendelin Director of NEHS As the school year begins, teachers make countless decisions as they prepare to welcome students. Those decisions run from the way classrooms will be arranged to the scheduling of curricular units throughout the coming … Continue reading