Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1930

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Page 84 text:

E111 1 Nl Silxiu im, . . Yjl'L',Njlll'lIf Bum onli LOXYI Vin'-T1'uxiifri1l Viiacixia Caiwi 1: . . Si-rwfilzjy Nz1f1'0f1al Honor Society No honor conferred by the school excels that represented by the National Hon- or Society. It represents the fundamental objectives for which schools are instituted and gives recognition to those who have attained most nearly the desired ends. Other honors at the disposal of the school are only partial in the sense that they recognize specialized ability, skill or talent. Throughout history man has recognized the value of such distinction and in one way or another has marked for special hon- or those who excel. Ancient and medieval universities established their honor socie- ties. ln modern times, the coveted honor or election to Phi-Beta Kappa outranks all other distinctions in universities. ln your election to the National Honor Society, the faculty is honoring you for the attainments you have already made, and is show- ing its faith in you that you will continue to excel and thus cherish the ideals of this school. The Constitution of this national organization recognizes four cardinal princi- ples as fundamental in all educational practices: 'QScholarship, character, leadership, and service." Not more than 15 per cent of any 4A class, not more than 10 per cent of any 415 class, and not more than 5 per cent of any' 3A class may be elected into the so- ciety. Any active member who falls below the standards which were the basis of his election to membership shall be dropped from the chapter. It is often asked how members are chosen to this organization. Grades for the first and second years are counted along with the grades of later years, and a list of pupils is submitted to the teachers for their consideration. This convinces you that it is not the record of one year nor the opinion of one teacher that determines the election. It is rather the record you have made with every teacher you have come in contact with since the first day you entered school until the day of your election to the societv.

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,W L . ' I S' 'I ' f W ,Q NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY CALHQUN THOMAS I Imuus MUl,l.AN E'1'H1iRmc512 C:AR'I'l4.R SIuI.I.I-1RS MOORE LINDSAY S'I'Au1,1NcQ I,Al.I4,Y HENDERSON Low: I"IOXYI.AND Rooms BURKE MEMBERS NOT IN THE PICTURE GLN12 SANDLIN VVILLIAM FUI,I.W'OOI3 Ihvm IJI'.IiI.liR PLEDGE O11 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY I pledge myself to uphold the high purposes of this Society to which I have been elected, striving in every way, by word and deed, to make its ideals the ideals of my school. iff' I'?35N

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