2018-2019  NJHS Planner

Meetings will be the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month, 3:00-4:00 pm, starting October 1st.  Attendance is mandatory for general meetings & sub-committees (a note is required for an excused absence).

Note:  Committee Meetings will be scheduled as necessary once activities & projects are determined for the year

October 1

October 15

November 5


December 3

December 17

January 17

February 4

February 25

March 4

March 25

April 1

April 22

May 6

June 3



Simmi Aggarwal

Susan Barnes


Documents & Forms

Currently National Junior Honor Society is NOT offered. (as of 10/1/2020) We hope to be able to offer this Club again soon.


The National Junior Honor Society is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle level students.  More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who demonstrate excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Citizenship and Character.

Students are expected to participate in community service activities, serve as leaders for the school,  perform individual volunteer work and maintain their grade point average.

Members are selected in the spring, for the following school year.   Membership criteria includes a 3.75 cumulative grade point average, 10 hours minimum of individual community service, a statement of accomplishments and 4 recommendations.   Application forms are available below.

One of the values of NJHS is that students are actively involved in their community.  Some ideas for service are:  church groups, youth theatre, scouting, elementary schools,  City of Bellevue youth groups, Humane Society, or Kelsey Creek Farm.

Students can include any service from the start of the school year and some complete community service without realizing it – cleaning up the neighborhood, helping a teacher during tutorial, etc.

Volunteer Opportunities

Northwest Harvest:

  • help distribute food to the hungry
  • volunteers who are 15 years old/younger need an adult with them


  • volunteers 15yrs old and under need an adult
  • serves the homeless, low income families, and people with disabilities

Eastside Baby Corner:

  • children under 14years of age need an adult
  • sort donations
  • fulfill orders for children

Bellevue Youth Theatre:

World Vision:

Girl Scouts:

Boy Scouts:

Humane Society:

Kelsey Creek Farm:
City of Bellevue has many opportunities for teens:

Other ways to gain community service experience:

  • volunteer at your elementary school
  • ref at sport games
  • help in senior citizen homes
  • help at lifeguard camps
  • help your neighbors
  • coach local teams