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Is NSHSS Worth it?

I recently got a letter from NSHSS, but I'm not sure whether it's worth the $90. I understand they give out scholarships, but I will also be doing NHS this year.

And if I should accept, does this program require any activities?

Thank youuuu :)

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a month ago

Hey there!

I am a member of NSHSS and I wondered the same thing. However, I did choose to accept and become a member for a few reasons:

1) I am homeschooled, so this is the one "honors" society I can join, so I wanted to take advantage of that opportunity. One way I can get recognition for my academic achievement.

2) It is 90 for a membership; unlike other honor societies, there aren't any yearly fees or whatever. You pay once and done.

Some benefits: Lots of discounts for great resources. I personally really benefit from all the free webinars they have on information for preparing for and applying to college. I have learned a lot of insider information and now I am using all that knowledge to help peers here on Collegevine.

No activities are required; you choose to sign up for what you want (webinars, trips, etc). No commitment required at all, really.

Hope this helps you and lmk if you have questions!

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🎤25 days ago

This helps so much! Thank you

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