Spotlight: Latin Honor Society

Spotlight: Latin Honor Society

The Latin Honor Society has a unique mission: to enrich classical study with community service.  The Latin Honor Society was established in 1988 to honor the achievement of high-achieving Latin students, and has chapters in nearly every US state, and around the world.  To be eligible for Latin Honor Society, students must have a 4.0 in Latin freshman and sophomore years, and be in Latin Club. Members participate in a service project and attend a state convention which includes multiple academic, physical, spirit, and artistic competitions.

The Manual chapter of the Latin Honor Society has 15 members, and is led by the following students:

President, Elijah Shina

Vice President, Spencer Thompson

Deputy to the Vice President, Samantha McDowell

The club meets 1 Thursday per month in Room 226, and is sponsored by Ms. Shiroma.