• 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 other month, with service opportunitites and guest speakers interspersed throughout.

     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
    • Assisting with science olympiad and science bowl events/practices
    • STEAM night at Madison Elementary
    • Volunteering at the CASA community garden

     Example Guest Speakers:

    • NASA
    • HudsonAlpha
    • Science Professors at the Collegiate Level
    • 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 $10 dues during the first year of membership




Degrees and Certifications:


Mrs. Emily Harris


Room D210

green, yellow, and purple logo for science national honor society
  • Our first meeting will be held immediately after school on Monday, September 13th in room D210.

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  • If you have any questions or want more information about the club, please contact Mrs. Harris at elharris@madisoncity.k12.al.us or stop by and see her in room D210. 

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