NHS Travels to New York City

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“The City that Never Sleeps,”  “The Big Apple,” and “The City so Nice, They Named it Twice”– you may recognize these nicknames for New York City.  This April, the National Honor Society of Mansfield Christian was able to experience the city in person. Traveling to iconic locations such as the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge to viewing the 9/11 Memorial Museum to watching Aladdin on Broadway, the group enjoyed learning and experiencing the city for themselves.

Was that Lebron James in NYC?  Ask any of the members on this trip to relate this story.

How members are chosen for NHS.  Juniors and seniors at MCS have the opportunity to become a part of the National Honor Society by having a 3.5 GPA and meeting rigorous membership requirements such as recommendations from teachers, pastors, and community leaders.  The MCS faculty council looks at candidates’ personal recommendations and the MCS teachers’ ratings based on the pillars of NHS including character, service, academics, leadership, and spiritual life. NHS is one of the ways MCS recognizes outstanding student achievements.

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