The MHS Honor Society 



    Applications for membership are available in April each year.  Applications are reviewed and members are selected by a faculty committee.
    Marshall High School has a very active Honor Society. The MHS Honor Society honors 30 exceptional soon-to-be juniors and seniors each spring with membership. These students then work together to promote the values of leadership, service, scholarship, and character in our building and community. 
    Every year, the Honor Society engages in meaningful projects that promote these values. From organzing the Red Cross Blood Drive, to leading our school's Veterans' Day activities, to giving to local charities, to promoting achievement in the classroom, the MHS Honor Society is a group that makes a positive difference.  During the spring, the MHS Honor Society hosts our school's annual Honors Assembly.  This gathering of the student body recognizes students in all grades who have achieved outstanding academic success.
    Over the past few years, the Honor Society has raised and then proudly given over $3,000 to local charities including:  Hope Harbor, The Salvation Army, The Refuge, The United Way of Southwest Minnesota, The Food Shelf, the Veteran's addition to Memorial Park, the Prairie Home Hospice, Food 4 Kids, and the Avera Marshall Cancer Center Project.
    The MHS Honor Society is a part of the Minnesota Association of Honor Societies and is advised by MHS teacher Mr. Purrington. To learn more, email Mr. Purrington at Rick.Purrington@marshall.k12.mn.us  
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Last Modified on June 29, 2021