The Annual Report for all chapters was sent to all Lead Advisors via Survey Monkey on Monday, April 18. The annual report is not accessed from the NEHS website; it is emailed as a separate document. However, some school district email filters block such surveys; check spam or junk folders in case your survey as diverted. Chapters submitting the report by June 15, 2022, will be eligible for a $100 drawing; the deadline for all submission is June 30, 2022. Please remember that completing the Annual Report is a requirement of all chapters.
NEHS is open to high school students and select faculty who have demonstrated exceptional ability in such areas as literary analysis, media studies, composition, linguistic study, and creative writing, and who meet the requirements of membership.
NEHS Members Inducted
After careful consideration of suggestions from chapters and a review of the survey sent to all Chapter Advisors concerning the Common Reader, the Advisory Council has selected Qian Julie Wang’s memoir, Beautiful Country, for the featured text and basis of scholarship applications for 2022-2023. The Kirkus Review states, “Engaging readers through all five senses and the heart, Wang’s debut memoir is a critical addition to the literature of immigration as well as the timeless category of childhood memoir.” Wang is a graduate of Yale Law School and now leads a firm “dedicated to advocating for education and civil rights.”
Applicants for the NEHS Scholarships are to select this text as the basis of their application submissions, which will be due January 9, 2023.
Annually, NEHS offers a variety of scholarships valued at up to $5,000 for active NEHS members planning on enrolling full time in two-year and four-year colleges.
Berklee College of Music, MA
The Sagemont School, FL
Spelman College, GA
Allentown High School, NJ
University of Notre Dame, IN
Christopher Columbus High School, FL
University of California San Diego, CA
West Covina High School, CA