National Association of Student Councils

Established in 1931, the National Association of Student Councils (NASC) is the leading organization for excellence in middle level and high school student councils. NASC provides student councils and their advisers with the knowledge, skills, and resources that students need to become active, engaged leaders in their schools and communities. LEARN MORE

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The National Association of Secondary School Principals has supported the development of outstanding student leaders through its NASC and Honor Society programs since 1921.

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Food Bank Volunteering

Members of the Belvidere High School Student Council in Illinois spent their spring break the right way by volunteering at a local food bank for a day. Members got to experience and learn more about how important their volunteer commitment is to our community. Our Food Bank helps serve millions of p... READ MORE

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Beds for Kids

Members of the Carmel Christian School Chapter of National Honor Society will spend two afternoons volunteering at the Beds for Kids warehouse painting, cleaning, and sorting donations of furniture, blankets, sheets, pillows, and household items that are given to needy families within the Charlotte ... READ MORE

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Heart Attack

The students wanted to show their appreciation for their teachers, so for Valentine's Day the Student Council cut out a thousands hearts out of construction paper. At lunch they had any student who wanted to fill out a heart for any teacher or staff member on campus for two days. They then sorted th... READ MORE

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Color Run - Powder to the People

Maine West High School participated in their first ever Color Run, "Powder to the People", organized by National Honor Society on November 5, 2013. Approximately 150 runners participated, generating $500 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.  READ MORE

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Stick-to-It!--NOT!

Armed with muscle power, plastic gloves, baggies, putty knives, and scrapers, our intrepid NJHS members overturned desks and tables in the eighth grade wing and scraped seven pounds of gum from the bottom of the furniture.  Gross as it was, the students had a great time laughing and exclaiming ... READ MORE

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