• National Art Honor Society

    The Academy for the Arts, Science and Technology School By-Laws

    Sponsor: Jamie Franklin jfranklin@horrycountyschools.net

     

     

    Section 1. A current copy of this local chapter’s by-laws is filed with the NAEA.

     

    Section 2. To remain a member in good standing, a member must pay dues and complete 10 service hours in the visual arts each year.

     

    Section 3. Annual dues of $5.00 will be collected from each member. Additional charges may apply depending on the chapter’s desires. Senior Honor cord $12.00 (double cord- Rainbow in color).

     

    Section 4. Attendance is required at all meetings—unless you have extenuating circumstances—to maintain membership and privileges.

     

    Section 5. All members must participate in a total of 4 art related projects, local/state/national juried art shows, community service activities per year.

     

    Section 6. For the NAHS officers, attendance is also required at any executive meetings called outside of the regularly scheduled meetings.

     

    Section 7. To graduate with NAHS honors and earn the right to wear a cord, pin, or tassel at graduation, a member must remain in good standing until the graduation date.

     

    Section 8. Members must retain a “B” average in an honors or AP class or “B” average in a regular academic class and a “A” average in an art class. Members must have successfully completed Art 1, be enrolled in Art 2 and/or in the Advanced Art Major, Entertainment Technology Major or Digital Communication Major at AAST (A average )

     

    Section 9. Members must have and maintain a 3.80 cumulative average in all academic subjects. (The overall minimum expected GPA with art included is a 3.80.

     

    Section 10. Members may remain active during such time when there are no visual arts on their class schedules as long as they fulfill all of the other requirements each year.

     

    Section 11. In the event of an infraction of rules, a review by the officers and sponsors will be conducted. If the individual in question is an officer, he/she will not participate in the decision-making process. This applies to all community laws as well as school and chapter laws.