National Junior Honor Society

“To accomplish great things, we must not only act but also dream, not only dream but also believe.”
~Anatole France

Bloomfield Middle School has established a Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society beginning 2002 - 2003 school year. The purpose of the organization is to create enthusiasm for scholarship; stimulate a desire to render service; promote leadership to develop character; and encourage citizenship in the Middle School students of Bloomfield.

Selection for membership is determined by the following: Cumulative grade point average of 94.5 % by the end of the 3rd marking period of the 7th grade year.

Students that qualify academically will be notified and must complete a student activity form and submit it to the Faculty Council. The form will allow students to demonstrate their eligibility in the areas of citizenship, character, leadership and service. (Please note: completion of the form is mandatory to be considered. Students do not qualify by academic GPA alone.)

Faculty Council will determine selection. The Council will review the Student Activity Form to determine that the students qualify in the areas of scholarship, citizenship, character, leadership and service.

There will be a special ceremony to induct the selected members.

To maintain membership in the National Junior Honor Society the members are expected to continue to exemplify the qualities that qualified them for induction. Members must attend regular meetings and participate in a group community service project. The group may also plan other educational and or social activities to enhance their personal and school experiences. Membership will run through the 8th grade and does not automatically qualify them for the National Honor Society.