• National Science Honor Society

    National Science Honor Society is an organization committed to promoting high academic excellence in science courses while encouraging a passion for sharing science with others and using science to do good in the world.

    The group has meetings every month on a Friday. We use our meetings to announce service opportunities and participate in guest speaker presentations.

     Example Service Opportunities:

    • Science demos for elementary school students
    • Peer-tutoring in science subjects
    • Community clean-up events
    • Science Day with Best Buddies at JC
    • Science kits for the North Alabama Foster Closet
    • Assisting with science olympiad and science bowl events/practices
    • STEAM night at Madison Elementary
    • Volunteering at the CASA community garden
    • Hosting a science fair for K - 8th graders in Madison City
    • Volunteering with the outdoor classroom

     Example Guest Speakers:

    • NASA
    • HudsonAlpha
    • Science Professors at the Collegiate Level
    • Veterinary and Medical Professionals

      Members must meet and maintain the following qualifications:

    • earn a 90 or above average in all science classes
    • complete at least one advanced science class per year of membership
    • complete a minimum of 6 science-related service hours each school year
    • Pay $20 dues during the first year of membership


  • Click here to apply for Science NHS! Applications are open through Friday, September 1st at 3:30 p.m.



Degrees and Certifications:

Teacher Sponsor

Laura Phillips

Room: A210

Email: lphillips@madisoncity.k12.al.us


green, yellow, and purple logo for science national honor society
  • If you have any questions or want more information about the club, please contact Mrs. Phillips at lphillips@madisoncity.k12.al.us or stop by and see her in room A210. 

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