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Bruin logoSam Barlow High School
5105 SE 302nd Ave Gresham, OR 97080
Phone: (503) 258-4850 Fax: (503) 258-4840
Gresham-Barlow School District



Activities & Athletics Office
Karyn Dougharity, Secretary
Phone: (503) 258-4895 Fax: (503) 258-4930

Dan Dalzell, Activities Director
503-258-4905
dalzell@gresham.k12.or.us


National Honor Society
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Advisor - Stacy Bender
503-258-4923
bender@gresham.k12.or.us


NHS MEMBERS: Check the NHS board for current service point totals and service opportunities.

The TMC is looking for help during the first two days of school to help pass out books. If you have a free period and would like to earn points, please stop by the TMC to sign up.



About National Honor Society


National Honor Society is a national high school organization founded in 1921 whose objectives are to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to initiate a desire to provide service, to emphasize leadership, and to encourage development of character in secondary schools nationwide. A man by the name of Edward Rynearson is considered to be the founder of the National Honor Society. Before the resolution that formed National Honor Society was passed in 1921, many members of the National Association of Secondary School Principals were concerned about emphasizing athletic and academic activities. They regarded it as detrimental to programs designed to enforce leadership and service, and so the National Association of Secondary School Principals compromised and passed a resolution, in the hope that the unification of ideals in scholarship, leadership, service, and character might be able to lead to improved national standards of students in high schools. It was regarded from its inception as a way to promote academic standards, a way of ensuring the continuation of democracy as an organization, and a tool for the improvement of the individual and school. Today, the Society has flourished immensely with more than 15,000 chapters existing nationally.
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