Ledyard High School's National Art Honor Society chapter is made up of an elite group of art students who embody the concept of leading a creative life while being active members in their community. These members spread their knowledge and passion for the visual arts through community service at Ledyard High School as well as within the Ledyard community. What are the benefits of membership? *Excellent nationally-recognized prestigious experience to include on college applications and resumes *Special honors cords worn at graduation *Eligibility for special scholarships and grants reserved only for NAHS members *Participation in special projects, trips and fundraisers reserved only for NAHS members *Chance to be part of a network of the most serious young artists in your school and across the country What are members’ responsibilities? Responsibilities will include the following: *Members are expected to re-apply every school year in order to be accepted and stay an active member *Be officially inducted at induction ceremony *Pay $15 in annual (yearly) organization dues *Participate in 14 hours of ART-RELATED community service, 7 hour per semester *Attend meetings (miss no more than two meetings per year) *Participate in 75% of fundraising and projects conducted by our school’s NAHS chapter *Maintain an A- average or better in studio art classes (B+ or better if in Advanced Studio) *Do your best to be enrolled in at least one art class per school year *Maintain standards of behavior set forth by the school as well as the NAHS chapter bylaws (members who receive any disciplinary action by the school and/or fail to comply with the NAHS bylaws will be placed under review to determine whether or not their membership should be suspended) Are there officers? What do their responsibilities include? Yes! NAHS includes student held positions including president, vice president, secretary, and public relations. The officer's responsibilities can be found on the "Members" page.