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Long story short, he’s Jaron Harbison.
He was the vice president of National Honor Society, he loves watching useless videos of knowledge, loves salsa cheddar popcorn. Long story short, he’s Jaron Harbison.
What inspired you to join National Honor Society?
The recognition and acknowledgement of such an honorary organization seeking higher levels of achievement and excellence in character and academia.
What’s your favorite event you took part in?
The Winter Wonderland Dance.
What qualities of a person does it take to be in NHS?
They must display the four pillars of NHS: Character, Community Service, Leadership and Scholarship. Being well-rounded and a good student in general.
Does NHS interfere with other school activities?
Yes, some of my other service organizations can overlap so I have to pick over the other and get my service in. It can also just take time away from schooling in general, but it is good work to be doing.
What would you say to anyone wanting to join National Honor Society?
Focus on your school work and try to be kind and in good behavior throughout your schooling. Sometimes it is harder to do the right thing than it is to do the bad thing, but it pays off in the end. It looks good to colleges and shows them your ability to achieve and pursue higher levels of those four pillars.
If you could make an announcement across the world, what would you say? Can everyone stop being mean and just accept that not everyone agrees with everyone and that is a good thing and it doesn’t matter. Y’all just need to all take a chill pill. Like calm down people.
In a dash–
Favorite trend this school year: Procrastinating
Favorite show on Netflix: Lost in Space
Biggest pet peeve: People chewing with their mouth open
Worst flavor: Liver
App you use most: YouTube