Essay On National Honor Society

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McKenzie Grooters What National Honor Society stands for is also what I stand for. I truly believe all five things that the society believes in are crucial in a person. Over the years I have been able to be apart of many great organizations. There are so many things you can learn from taking the time to do something for another person. Throughout my school career, I have always been a hard worker and strided to do good in school. From fifth grade, when grades were given , I have always been on the high honor roll. May not be the biggest deal, but for me it is very important. My parents have never cared that much about grades, as along as I did my best. So it has always been me to push myself to go far in school. My grades have been one of the things I am most proud of. With college around the corner, I am confident that I will have a successful future. Leadership is an important characteristic to have. Having good leadership skills can branch off to many other good characteristics. Over this summer I had the chance to…show more content…
I have probably been volunteering there for roughly five years. This summer I was only able to go volunteer a couple of times because of my job. You really start seeing how doing little tasks like organizing clothes, can make a big difference in someone’s life. Nothing is more rewarding than knowing you affected someone in a positive way. In 2013, I was able to go serve food at God’s Kitchen on New Years day. While serving the people there, I realized how it is important to have a servant's heart. 2011 brought an opportunity to volunteer at “WAR” (Women At Risk). This group provides jobs to women to get them out of sex trafficking. This is something that my mom and I felt very strongly about that and we enjoyed sorting and packaging the items to sell in the store. Once again I was shown how important it is to serve others and be thankful for the life and opportunities that I
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