National Art Honor Society

National Art Honor Society

General Information:
Mike Lasseter

Carisa Griffin

About NAHS

National Art Honor Society is a program specifically for high school students, for the purpose of inspiring and recognizing those students who have shown an outstanding ability in art.

NAHS is a community service based organization open to students grade 10-12 and enrolled in an advanced art class.

Officer Responsibilities

President- Attend all meetings, Take charge w/ projects, Be an enthusiastic leader

Vice-President- Attend all meetings, Assist with projects, Take over when needed

Secretary- Attend all meetings, Record minutes/ information from meetings

Historian Chair - Attend all meetings, Document all our activities (photographs / videos / etc)

Public Relations Chair - Attend all meetings, interact with the public / businesses

Activities Chair - Attend all meetings, organize school related activities


Students are expected to attend most of the meetings held over the course of the year. Meetings are typically held on first Wednesday of the month. It is your responsibility to check the announcements, the Visual Art bulletin board, or with the sponsor to determine when the meetings are being held. Students who do not attend most of meetings will not receive an honor cord on Honor's Night and will not be listed on the official NAHS student roster (No yearbook photo!).
Wednesday Meeting Dates:

Fall 2018:

First meeting is Wednesday, Aug 8 at 2:20 in G105.   We are electing officers!!!

Wednesday Meetings:  Aug 8, Sept 5, Oct 3, Nov 7, Dec 5 

Community Service
National Art Honor Society national membership requires students to participate in at least 10 hours of community service over the course of the year. It is the expectation that students will complete these hours with NAHS; however, if an opportunity arises, special permission can be granted from the sponsor. There will be numerous opportunities throughout the year such as: teaching at Duncan Creek and Osborne, Relay for Life, Hawks Helping Hawks, creating portraits for orphans, among others. Students who do not participate in 10 hours of community service will not receive an honor cord.


In order to register Mill Creek's chapter of NAHS, students must pay dues of $35. This $35 will go toward national membership dues as well as honor cords for seniors, t-shirts for all members, and other supplies. Please visit the mypaymentsplus website or follow the links on the Mill Creek High School website and pay the $35 there.