Club Corner: Spanish National Honor Society

Olivia Emmert, Staff Reports

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The Spanish National Honor Society is a club that has been at Page for a long time. The club currently has over 120 members and wants to continue to grow. To be eligible to be inducted into the society you must be currently taking a Spanish class and have an A in that class, and no less than a B in any of your other classes. You must be at least a sophomore in Spanish 3 and can never have had any academic misconduct or behavioral problems in school. You must get two teacher recommendations to qualify to be inducted into the club. The goal of the club is to promote latino culture and the study of Spanish language. The club does this through different activities such as international night, adopt a latino family during Christmas time, and talk to the less advanced Spanish classes about why it is important to learn a second language. Page students really enjoy this club, and you can see this because of the large amount of members. Also, at graduation you will get a cord for being a member of an honor society. This is a great club to learn about another culture and will look great on college applications.

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The Official Student Publication of Page High School
Club Corner: Spanish National Honor Society