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    SOCIEDAD HONORARIA HISPANICA
    (SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY)
     
    Who?
     
    The Spanish Honor Society recognizes those students who excel in the study of Spanish. Spanish Honor Society is open to all students who have passed through the first semester of Spanish II. These students must have a Spanish GPA of 3.5 or better and an overall GPA of 3.0 or better. Additionally, applicants must show interest in the Spanish language by participating in at least three Spanish Club activities.
     
    What?
     
    The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese founded the Spanish Honor Society in 1953 for the students of North American secondary schools, and the AHS chapter was established in 1989.
     
    When?
     
    The SHH does not have regularly scheduled meetings.  We have tentative meeting dates and meetings are held on an as need basis on Tuesdays at 9:45 a.m. in C-170.

    Why?
     
    Being a member of the Spanish Honor Society is a privilege given only to those members who have shown their dedication to the Spanish language through academic excellence and pursuit of extra opportunities to use the language. This honor society offers an advanced level of activities and companionship to those who enjoy the language and culture.
     
    How?
     
    Any student who has met the grade point average requirements is able to apply. All students who meet the requirements for GPA status and Spanish Club participation will be accepted to the honor society. All students of Spanish are encouraged to meet the necessary requirements to become members.
     
    Club Advisor: Ms. Monteiro      monteiroc@mcvts.net