Create a foundation of caring and service with the National Elementary Honor Society.
As an elementary school principal, you know how young minds work—and how eager they are to explore the world around them. A National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) chapter capitalizes on this opportunity by introducing a service-learning mindset at an early age and showing what it means to be an active member of society.Join NEHS Today
Included With Your Membership
Get a dedicated team to answer questions and resources to run your chapter.
Watson Lesson Plans
Access age-appropriate literacy exercises and lesson plans.
Bring recognition to your chapter on a national scale with Adviser of the Year and Outstanding Service Project awards.
Print and Digital Publications
Stay up to date with the quarterly NEHS News and NEHS E-News.
National Student Project Database
Search 8,700+ service project ideas.
NEHS is a wonderful organization. Personally, I love the community service exposure students receive and how they get to experience these opportunities firsthand at such a young age.
Being a member of the NEHS has had an inspirational impact on students who have not yet met this goal. While our school is in a gifted/talented environment, membership in the NEHS has raised the bar for many students.
I enjoy being involved in the community and being able to guide my students in enrichment activities that help build good character and strengthen their love for service.
Three Steps to Join
Explore nehs.org to learn more about what is expected of an NEHS chapter, and start to consider which faculty member will become the chapter adviser.
Mail in the enclosed application or apply online at the URL listed above. The annual fee is $84.
Once you’re approved, you’ll receive welcome materials and instant access to the NEHS Handbook and member-only sections of the NEHS website.
What will I get when our school becomes affiliated with NEHS?
- Adviser Resource Center with step-by-step guidelines, templates for bylaws and communications, handbooks, and comprehensive policy guidance
- National Customer Care Center and Programs and Services Team, available 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. (ET) at 703-860-0200 and firstname.lastname@example.org
- Access to the NEHS Store
- Principal and adviser quarterly communications
We are establishing a new NEHS chapter. How do we get started?
What are the benefits of NEHS for students?