National Honor Society

The mission of the SITHS chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) is to acknowledge, celebrate, and promote the ongoing academic and personal accomplishments of the student body throughout their entire high school experience.


The pillar criteria that the NHS upholds underscores what the highly competitive colleges and universities are looking for in a gifted and talented student, and reflects relevant 21st century learning skills which enable students to be college and career ready. Recognition by the NHS is reserved for candidates who have exemplified the ideals of the society. While we know that not every student will be recognized, we sincerely hope that all students work towards these goals.


Membership into the SITHS chapter of the NHS is based upon a student’s academic and personal achievement in each of the cornerstones upon which the organization is founded — Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. The following performance rubric outlines the eligibility indicators, as set by national standards from the NHS and the Staten Island Tech Faculty Council. The corresponding criteria outlines how candidates will be evaluated for eligibility. A student must exemplify all four pillars in order to be inducted into NHS. Students are evaluated for induction during their Junior (11th) year, but can also be evaluated in their Senior (12th) year should they need more time to meet eligibility requirements.  Students can also be removed from the NHS, after Induction, if they do not maintain the eligibility requirements.


National Honor Society Requirements can be found at this link: NHS Requirements

Due to the COVID pandemic, along with recognition and understanding of the difficulties associated with fulfilling the requirements while remote and socially distant, the NHS selection criteria for your cohort has been modified.
Please click the link below that corresponds to your cohort to view the updated requirements. Each cohort has their own unique modifications. Please make sure you are viewing the correct modifications that correspond to your graduation year.
NHS Profile Activities Log for Service & Leadership (Click hyperlink below.)
Attention Juniors (Class of 2024)
Have any questions about filling out your NHS profile? Check our FAQ Document here: 



Class of 2024


Luv Michael, a New York based nonprofit that advocates for adults with autism, has developed a 100% virtual volunteer program, where every student who participates can earn hours of community service using digital platforms.  At the end of the virtual experience, volunteers are awarded a certificate of completion.  Students will then have the option to continue volunteering with Luv Michael and can work towards the President's National Service Award, a national recognized award for outstanding volunteerism.

Staten Island Tech - Do you need service hours?

We will again partner with Luv Michael, a charity that supports autism acceptance and helps create meaningful lives for people on the autism spectrum. 

Luv Michael has a virtual volunteer program that allows you to earn your service hours at any time from anywhere.  The hours can be used for NHS, college applications and scholarships, and Luv Michael awards a certificate for completing the service program. 

If you want to volunteer and earn service hours, there is ONE introductory meeting this Sunday Oct 23 at 6pm for students to learn about the program.  YOU MUST REGISTER HERE FOR THE 10/26 VOLUNTEER MEETING.



As you may know from the news a number of people have recently arrived in New York, including Staten Island and Brooklyn who are in need.


The National Honor Society would like to "spread the warmth" for the upcoming winter season to welcome and support our newest community members. 


 If you are in a position and would like to help, please do. We are kindly requesting donations of toiletries (new/unused) and winter accessories (scarves, hats, gloves, socks, and warm pajama sets). 


The Campaign will begin on Thursday November 10th and will conclude on Monday November 28thDrop-off  boxes will be located at the student entrance in the cafeteria.


If you would like to volunteer your time to help in these efforts, please fill out the attached google form. Service hours will vary depending upon volunteer selection. 


Google Form for Volunteer Selection


These "good works" are a vital part of the National Honor Society Organization’s mission to promote character and service. 


Charity begins at home and New York City is home to us all.