Eligibility for Membership Consideration
    All juniors and seniors who have earned a cumulative grade point average of 92 (weighted) or above are sent letters informing them of having met the academic criterion for membership, and inviting them to continue the process of being considered for membership in the Allegany Limestone Chapter of the National Honor Society.  Interested candidates will complete and submit a Candidate Form and Resume pertaining to character, scholarship, leadership, and service.  The Candidate Form must be signed by the student and parent/guardian and turned in along with a Resume by the date stated on the application.
    The final selection of members to this chapter shall be by a majority vote of the Faculty
    Council consisting of five faculty members appointed by the principal. The chapter advisor is the
    sixth, non-voting, ex-officio member of the Faculty Council.
    Prior to the final selection, the following shall occur:
    a.  Students meeting the academic minimum (sent to NHS advisor by guidance)  interested in membership will submit an 
         electronic resume and signed candidate form to the NHS advisor by the deadline.    The applicant is responsible for     
         verifying the advisor received the resume in the correct format.
    b.  All high school faculty members of ALCS are invited to evaluate applicants.  Applicants will be   
        evaluated on how the candidate exemplifies  the NHS virtues of  Scholarship, Leadership, Character,
        and Service.  Faculty members will reference the applicants' resume and evaluate how the candidate
        has demonstrated the NHS virtues as a student at ALCS. Applicants will be scored in each  virtue by
        faculty members.  Faculty members are also permitted to submit comments on candidates during
        the evaluation process to provide further input to the faculty council.
    c. The NHS advisor presents the High School Faculty evaluation form to the Faculty Council to be
        voted on for membership. Faculty ratings are not to be considered as 'votes' or the sole determinants
        of membership, but should be reported to the Faculty Council to add to their information when
        considering selections.  Before students are notified of selection or non-selection, the principal
        reviews the recommendation of the voting Faculty Council.  Once final approval has been given by
        the principal,  candidates are then notified regarding selection or non-selection by a letter.  The
        contents of the faculty evaluations and selection  process by the Faculty Council is confidential.
    d. Appeals - Please contact the current NHS advisor to initiate the process.