Life Lessons And Four Pillars Of Nhs
I am proud that I was inducted into the National Honor Society in spring last year as a new member. This was my greatest accomplishment in highschool. It was an amazing feeling knowing that my high-school teachers valued my hard-work, reliability and trustworthiness. I felt like a role model to my peers, inspiring confidence in them. My teachers and educational authority recognized my excellence and granted me membership. This essay is about my experiences with The National Honor Society. The four pillars of the National Honor Society are Scholarship, Leadership and Service. A student’s academic accomplishment. A desire to attain higher knowledge. This inner drive guides me towards my ultimate goal. It is the push I consider to my inner drive to motivate me or to maintain self-discipline. This keeps me focused on the end goal until it is achieved. My High School education began the day I realized how important it was to have the right mindset. This is my daily story. I have received scholarship funding throughout high school. It has been an important motivator for me academically. To maintain a 4.0 GPA, it is something I do not mind doing. I also work hard and make many sacrifices in order to achieve my ultimate goal. As a student, scholarship is an ongoing urge to learn. I am driven to constantly expand my knowledge and keep up with the changing world. To help me achieve my goals, I already have a positive attitude as well as a self-discipline scholarship. While I will face many challenges in my education, some of which may be tedious, I already feel the drive to succeed. Leadership is the ability or ambition for success. This was a valuable skill that I used every day in high school. It will help me to be successful in the future. I have a higher self-esteem because of my high school leadership experience. I was elected senior class historian just a few months before. As a leader, my responsibility is to document the most important events and create memories for future generations. I have to be a leader and collaborate with others. I do my best to fulfill the tasks assigned to me. I am willing to go above and beyond to achieve the goals. Spring 2018, I joined thousands of students from my community in supporting the March Against Gun Violence. This is how a leader should be viewed. I volunteer for NHS to tutor high school students who are in need of assistance. As a tutor, I help my peers in need. It helps them to be more academically successful and gives them confidence. My leadership skills will enable me to be a leader as I move forward in my career. Three years ago, I volunteered to be a Sunday school teacher assistant. This allowed me to interact with children aged three and four years old. I have been visiting the local nursing facility with members of my Lutheran congregation once per month. There, we had a brief prayer service. Then, we got to socialize and play games with the seniors. The coat drives were organized by the YMCA in my community for homeless persons during winter. This was done over two years. Another service I am proud of is the local soup kitchen. Here, I serve those in my community who are in dire need of food, clothing, and a smile. Participating in community service allows me the opportunity to give back and has the added benefit of being involved in my church, school, or job. It also gives me the ability to have a lasting and positive impact on society. Volunteering is a way for me to improve my life skills as well as to give back to the community. Giving back to the community is a rewarding experience for me. It’s also important for me because it helps me to understand and show compassion. This is my opinion.
This enhanced self-achievement shows that I have the power and opportunities to make a difference in my community and anywhere else I go. I will be able to gain knowledge, improve skills, and feel confident as I go out into the vast world. Character is what defines us and makes each person unique. Character, morality, and ethics are key to success in school and in life. Character is character. It shows leadership, discipline, respect, and leadership. Success is something I believe in. My character was a key factor in my success and helped me achieve my high educational goals. As I move on to college, I will continue to value character as a pillar. The gift of character is something that has been bestowed upon me. I am a person of integrity, honesty, respect, self-discipline, humility, and self-discipline. The National Honor Society’s four pillars guided me through highschool in a pragmatic fashion. NHS has taught me life lessons and given me experience that has shaped my character. It also gave me the drive and determination to be a success.