Scholarship Opportunity

The 2018–19 National Honor Society (NHS) Scholarship Program begins accepting applications on October 1! All NHS senior members in good standing will be eligible to apply. You will need your school affiliation number to complete this year’s adviser recommendation on the NHS Scholarship application. Your school affiliation number is 00042403.

Please note the revised timeline for this year’s application process. The revised timeline serves to aid in finalizing and notifying recipients of their award status earlier to support making final college acceptance decisions.

Student applications are due December 7.
Adviser, principal, and faculty recommendations are due December 14.

A total of $2 million will be awarded among 600 scholarship winners, with the national winner receiving $25,000. Visit to learn more.

You can help get your students ready by telling them to sign up for the October 1 webinar, “How to Shine in Your Scholarship Applications,” which will cover the ins and outs of what all scholarship organizations and programs are looking for, not just the NHS Scholarship.

Donation Option for Service

Students can opt to donate 1 to 2 yards of fleece for service hours for 1st quarter.  We are asking for fleece (New only) for blankets that we will be making for animals at a local animal shelter.  1 yard = 1 hour  2 yards = 2 hours  Donations are due by October 11th.

*Donations are optional. Students can get their hours doing other activities located on our calendar.

Opening Social

Hey guys! The opening social is this Thursday the 27th of August! Make sure to be there to meet the new members, get your t-shirts, and eat some good food!

Induction Ceremony

The NHS Induction Ceremony for the new year will be September 5th @ 7pm! Make sure you are present to get your certificate and pin! Welcome back everyone!

Summer NHS Service Opportunities

Students are allowed to get a maximum of 5 NHS hours doing approved service projects over the summer.  Those hours would count ONLY toward 1st quarter activities for the 2018-2019 school year.  We currently have two approved activities.

  1.  Working with the Special Needs Cheer Class at Forever Cheer
    6792 Airport Rd, West Jordan, UT 84084, USA.  See our google calendar for more info.  You must sign in and out at Forever Cheer.  Always call before you go to make sure the class is still being held.  You will not get hours for just showing up if the class has been cancelled.
  2. Being a member of the Teen Advisory Board at the Bingham Creek Library.  Applications are available at the library. You will be working with Angie Wager.  She will be the one to sign off your hours on your service card.

These activities are NOT REQUIRED.  They are just options for those kids that like to get a head start on service hours.  We will have plenty of hours to work on during the year too so don’t feel pressure to do these things.

Disclosure and Fee Due May 11th

Students wishing to be a part of NHS for the 2018-2019 school year must turn in the signature page of the disclosure and a receipt for the $25 fee by Friday, May 11th.  The fee must be paid in the main office.  Staple the receipt and the signature page together and return to Mrs. Leggat in the media center.  See Mrs. Leggat if you have any questions.

2018-2019 Officers

Congratulations to the following people for being chosen as officers for the 2018-2019 school year.

President – Aidan Leggat
Vice President – Tyler Carson
Art Coordinator – Enfany Ngo
Historian – Lauren Carver
Media Coordinator – Rachel Starley
Secretary – Nathan Sill
Jr. Secretary – James Baker

Thank you to everyone that applied. It was a tough decision and the current officers had a hard time choosing.

A Roar of Thanks

For 2 weeks, Copper Hills students donated food items including turkeysboxed mashed potatoes, desserts, and so much more. On Tuesday, November 21st, they gathered and sorted all the food items and delivered boxes to 16 families in the community, with tons of food leftover to go to the CH pantry. Thank you so much to everyone who donated and helped with this project, it made such a difference in those family’s lives.


*this photo doesn’t show all 16 boxes*


Members make ornaments out of paper that will go on a tree at the Festival of Trees.

Blanket Tying

NHS members tie blankets using the fleece donated by the members themselves. . The blankets were then donated to the humane society and the homeless closet at Copper Hills.

West Jordan Parade

NHS officers and members participate in the West Jordan Parade on the 4th of July representing Copper Hills.