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National Honor Society

The MCHS National Honor Society lives by the four cardinal principles of the organization: character, scholarship, leadership, and service. The purpose of the National Honor Society is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service to the community and school, to promote leadership, and to develop character of the students. 

Members must meet rigorous academic requirements, including but not limited to having a 3.8 grade point average or better to be invited to join the organization. Membership in the National Honor Society has become recognized nationally as one of the highest honors that can be bestowed on a high school student.

Activities: Promotion of School Academics, NHS Induction Ceremony, Alton City Wide Clean Up, Sadie Hawkins Dance, and NHS Rose Morelli Scholarship


Keelie Stork - President

Aaron Gregory - Vice President

Katie Glenn - Recording Secretary

Lila Snider - Parliamentarian

Izzie Hallemann - Treasurer

Shelby Jones - Historian


  • Taylor Aguirre
  • Kyle Begnel
  • Kathleen Botterbush
  • Trinity Brooks
  • Jennifer Copeland 
  • Skylar Cribbett
  • Caleb Currie
  • Chris Daum
  • Andrea Davis
  • Tina Duong
  • Tess Eberlin
  • Jedidiah Eggering
  • Sanorah Eldred
  • Dexter Elmendorf
  • Abigail Fahnestock
  • Lauren Fischer
  • Grace Frost
  • Katherine Glenn
  • Anna Grace
  • Sarah Gratton
  • Aaron Gregory
  • Regina Guehlstorf
  • Elizabeth Hallemann
  • Sarah Harnetiaux
  • Johnna Harshbarger
  • Katherine Hart
  • Lauren Heinz
  • Maya Hutchinson
  • Rebekah Johnes
  • Shelby Jones
  • Veronica Keeven
  • Peyton Kline
  • Amarria Mumphard
  • Cayli Shinstock
  • Lila Snider
  • Keelie Stork
  • Riley Selloff
  • Lauren Walsh


  • TBD

Adviser: Tim Harmon

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