Chinese Honor Society
French Honor Society
Music Honor Society (Tri-M)
National Art Honor Society
National Honor Society
Science Honor Society
Spanish Honor Society
Theater Honor Society
CHINESE HONOR SOCIETY
Ms. Karen He, sponsor
BCC ‘s Chinese Honor Society is a chapter of National Chinese Honor Society. Students who have earned an “A” in Chinese language and 3.5 GPA for three semesters will be eligible to join the Chinese Honor Society. The mission is to promote practicing and understanding of Chinese language and culture in daily life. Its members sponsor several cultural activities each year and conduct weekly tutoring for all Chinese classes.
FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY
Ms. Diana Jenab, sponsor
The French Honor Society is a national organization that seeks to recognize students who excel in French. The FHS inducts new members each year in the early spring. Members must be in at least the 10th grade, have completed French IV and must have had final semester grades of A and no less than B for the third semester as well as maintain an overall GPA of 3.0. The FHS strives to equate fun with community service in planning activities for the year and promote Francophone culture and mentoring. Please contact Sophie Vigeant for information on this organization.
MUSIC HONOR SOCIETY (TRI-M)
Marshall White, Music Director
Club Function To provide students who are highly involved in the Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School Music Department leadership, performance, and volunteer opportunities in the school and community. Tri-M web page
NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY
Club Sponsor: TBA
Meeting time and place: Thursdays after school, in Room B127.
Club Function: The goals of the National Art Honor Society are to recognize those students who have shown an outstanding ability in art. The organization strives to aid members in working toward the attainment of the highest standards in art areas, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community. Members are eligible for scholarships and special recognition. Activities involve bringing art into the school and community. We help support activities that are in the school. There will be guest speakers and field trips. After taking art in the 9th grade students may apply to become a member of the National Art Honor Society at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School.
There is an annual $12.00 membership fee and the requirements are that you are a sophomore and have taken one high school art credit.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Adviser: Ms. Lesli_M_Gillman
SCIENCE HONOR SOCIETY
Club Sponsor: (TBA)
MEMBERSHIP: To find out more about joining the Science National Honor Society click here for details; and if you would like to apply go to application.
SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY
Club Sponsor: TBA
Meeting time and place: Second Tuesday of every month, at lunch, in Room C309.
The Rosa Montero Chapter of the National Spanish Honor Society recognizes high student achievement in Spanish and promotes a continuity of interest in Hispanic Studies. We discuss ways in which we can continue our study of Spanish language and culture and also use our expertise to help and encourage others to do the same.
This year, SHS members are offering tutoring for students of Spanish and Spanish-speaking students needing assistance in any subject. Tutoring will take place every Wednesday at lunch in room C309. In addition, SHS students will attend TAP every Wednesday after school to assist native Spanish speakers with their core subjects. Please contact Shira Yuter with any questions.
Currently, we are also working on a tutoring program for students at the elementary and middle schools and for Spanish-speaking ESOL students and students of Spanish. We are also planning fundraising and community outreach and cultural activities.
The Spanish Honor Society is open to students currently enrolled in Spanish 5, 6, or 7 who maintain exceptional grades in Spanish. The next round of applications will go out at the end of this school year.
THEATER HONOR SOCIETY
Club Sponsor: TBA
Members must have at least 250 hours of theater during high school and help promote and organize the student directed one act play festival in May.
Meeting time and place: