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The National Honor Society Scholarship

$25,000

December 07, 2020

Awards Available: 600

  • Scholarship Description
  • NHS is the oldest and best-known student recognition program. For nearly 100 years, NHS members have been making a difference in their schools and communities through their scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Alumni include celebrated individuals from all walks of life, including the arts and sciences, government, education, medicine, the military, politics, and athletics.
    High school seniors who are National Honor Society (NHS) members in good standing of an affiliated NHS chapter are eligible to apply for the scholarship. There are no limits to the number of applications per chapter. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1321 Murfreesboro Road
  • Suite 800
  • Nashville , TN 37217
  • mshedd@applyists.com

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w  on 10/30/2019 1:15:16 PM

I wish everyone the best of luck with their scholarship search. The problem is if you are fortunate to get a full tuition scholarship, chances are good that you will be ineligible for any other scholarships you have earned that are sent to the university. We lost several thousand dollars of awards that could have been used for expenses, summer tuition, etc., because of this.

Adam Thomas  on 10/6/2019 10:28:49 PM

I need this application because I am in debt with college which is over 100k. This amount would be a blessing and burden taken off of my shoulders.

jasmeen K  on 3/31/2019 9:10:11 PM

I really want to win scholarships because I want to save for my college !! THANK YOU

Cynthia M  on 12/29/2016 1:14:12 PM

My name is Cynthia,I will appreciate any offer to further my education.thank you.

Hilda D  on 10/3/2016 1:01:55 PM

Yes I did apply for this scholarship because I need help in paying my college fees

E'Ionya R  on 9/8/2016 5:57:45 PM

Are National Technical Honor Society members eligible?

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