National Junior Honor Society

National Junior Honor Society is a prestigious organization created to recognize and encourage academic achievement, as well as cultivate the characteristics of character, service, leadership, and citizenship among middle level students. Membership in the National Junior Honor Society is a privilege.
At St. Paul's Lutheran School (SPLS), the National Junior Honor Society is established for grades 6, 7 and 8 to recognize outstanding Christian role models in five areas: Scholarship, Leadership, Citizenship, Character and Service.

If you have any questions please direct them to Mrs. Fink at .
Service Hour Opportunities:  
Operation Christmas Child Packing Party
Wednesday, November 20th from 3:00-8:00 (Cancelled due to Pandemic)
On-going Service Hours:
Panther Den after school (Closed due to Pandemic).  E-mail Mrs. Fink for more information to sign-up. 

Induction Ceremony: Thursday, March 5th at 9:00am in the Event Center 
St. Paul's Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society Faculty Council:
Mrs. Kristin Fink: NJHS Advisor
Mrs. Kim Hood: Faculty Council
Mrs. Ashley Klitzing: Faculty Council
Mr. Steven Hight: Faculty Council 
2019-2020 Current Members: 


7th Grade

Declan A.
Kyla B.
Joseph G.
Ivin H.
Christopher H.
Mia S.
Nolan T.
Grant T.
Darius T.
Lauren W.


8th Grade
Joel B.
Allison C.
Emilie C.
Kailee F.
Sarah G.
Paxton L.
Julia L.
Shazney L.
Grace L.
Nardine M.

Galya Ramos 
Jacob S.
Cameran S.
Paige T.