National Honor Society

Student with National Honor Society


Congratulations to the new members of our Beta Alpha Iota Lambda chapter of National Honor Society!

Every year, the Brooklyn Institute for Liberal Arts recommends a select group of students for membership in the National Honor Society. Students must apply for membership; these applications are then reviewed and evaluated by a staff panel. Applicants must:

  • Be students in grades 10-­­12 who meet BILA’s qualifications for membership
  • Show exemplary scholarship (minimum GPA 3.0), service (community service hours in the community); leadership (ability to solve problems and contribute to groups), and character (cooperation, honesty, reliability, courtesy, etc.)

Students inducted into the honor society attend chapter meetings and commit to leading community service and outreach to benefit the school community. These students may also apply for scholarships through the National Honor Society Foundation.

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Naitonal Honor Society Club

Our 2017-18 National Honor Society Scholars. Back row, left to right: Shedeeka Watson, Zané Chase, Jasmin McGraw, Takeyah Joseph, Daygeah Powell, Keyera Reese, Odeshia Anderson, Nalyiah Cozier, Delange Pierre, Azariah Griggs, Katherine Roman, Diorgenson Jean-Pierre, Tinesha Cumberbatch, Darren Pollard, Mozard Antoine, Melina Etienne, Jamie Perkins, Ciera Watford, Gavin Allardyce-Hayes, Nikayla Stephens, Jermaine Chase, Adeola Lashley, Jaydan Philogene, Shannon Watson, Ramario Bradshaw, Beverley Joseph, Serena Kelly, Daneil Powell, Tion Loney. Front row, left to right: Coverne Archer, Britnie Walsh, Renniah Keiler, Emika Punch, Mykela Moore, Karisma Johnson, Allinda Smith, Nia Sinclair.