Archbishop John Carroll Service Honor Society
The purpose of the Archbishop John Carroll Service Honor Society is to:
- inspire and recognize those students who have made outstanding contributions to society through direct service and community service;
- foster a dedicated spirit to ongoing direct and community service;
- further the contribution and depth of service of the society’s members, as well as the school’s entire student dedication to direct service;
- bring all manner of service to the attention of the school and community;
- increase an awareness of service in relation to areas of the school curriculum; and
- further service awareness in all aspects of the school’s total program.
Membership in this chapter shall be based upon service and character. To be a member, each recommended student must have given at least 100 hours of service. including at least 25 hours of direct service as defined by the school, and be of upstanding moral character.
Candidates eligible for selection to this society have attended John Carroll for at least one year, and have a minimum GPA of 2.0. This level of achievement shall remain fixed.
The selection of members to the Archbishop John Carroll Honor Society shall be by recommendation from the Outreach Coordinator and the faculty.
Any member whose GPA falls below 2.0 at mid quarter or quarter marking periods shall receive a warning. If during the next regular marking period of the school, the member fails to have a minimum GPA of 2.0, membership may be withheld.
To apply for membership, three letters of recommendation by a teacher, service provider supervisor or mentor, submitted on the Character Reference Form, need to be completed by the end of the third quarter and submitted to the Outreach Coordinator.