Queen’s Grant High School

Student Leadership and Honor Societies

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Student Council

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At Queen’s Grant High School, our Student Council is more than just an organization; it’s a platform for students to drive positive change. Members of Student Council have the chance to help organize exciting social events, lead fundraisers, and engage in meaningful community service projects. Maintaining strong academic standing is a requirement, and the nomination process for elections begins at the beginning of the school year, ensuring that all students have the opportunity to participate.

Junior Marshals

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Becoming a Junior Marshal at Queen’s Grant High School is a prestigious recognition of academic excellence that offers various advantages. It signifies a commitment to maintaining a high GPA and provides students with leadership experience through responsibilities such as assisting with graduation and school events. This role can enhance resumes and college applications, showcasing a dedication to academic achievement and leadership skills. Additionally, Junior Marshals often serve as role models within the school community, contributing to personal growth, community engagement, and increased confidence.

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Beta Club

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At Queen’s Grant High School, membership in the Beta Club offers a range of benefits, including academic recognition for high-achieving students, opportunities for leadership development, engagement in community service activities, and a platform for networking with like-minded peers. Beta Club promotes character development, emphasizing qualities like leadership and service, and often provides scholarship opportunities for members. Being a member of Beta Club is a notable addition to college applications and resumes, showcasing a commitment to academic excellence and community involvement, while also fostering a sense of pride and accomplishment among students.

National Honor Society

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Membership in the National Honor Society at Queen’s Grant High School is a prestigious invitation extended to eleventh and twelfth-grade students who have completed at least one full semester at our school. To become a member, students must meet specific criteria, including a minimum weighted cumulative GPA of 3.6 during their junior or senior year and a favorable evaluation of personal qualities such as character, leadership, service, and citizenship, conducted by the school’s faculty council and administration.

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Spanish Honor Society

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Selection for the Spanish Honor Society (SHS) at Queen’s Grant High School brings numerous advantages, including recognition of exceptional achievement in Spanish studies, immersion in Spanish-speaking cultures through cultural activities, leadership opportunities within the organization, networking with like- minded peers, participation in community service initiatives, and the chance to enhance college and career prospects. SHS membership can strengthen college applications and resumes, potentially leading to scholarships or awards, all while fostering personal growth by boosting language skills and cultural understanding. In essence, SHS offers a holistic experience that combines academic excellence with cultural enrichment, leadership development, and community engagement.

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