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FIRST Robotics Teams
The Learning Village has students that participate on FIRST robotics teams. For more information about FIRST, visit www.firstinspires.org.
FIRST Lego League
FIRST Tech Challenge Team
Duct-Ties and Zip-Tape
National Honor Society
Junior Beta Club
National Honor Society and Beta Club:
Teri Verhine, email@example.com
Donna Dance, firstname.lastname@example.org
National Honor Society
Gamma Pi is a local chapter of Eta Sigma Alpha National Homeschool Honor Society serving homeschoolers in the metro Atlanta area. Gamma Pi will be open to all homeschoolers (7th-12th Grade) that meet the national and local chapters' requirements.
Academic achievement is a core component of the National Honor Society, however students need much more than just good grades to succeed today. Our chapter will focus on service, leadership, and character development to help students build the skills and relationships that will ensure success throughout their academic years and beyond!
Gamma Pi will hold quarterly meetings at 950 Shiloh Road, Kennesaw, GA 30144.
Please contact Teri Verhine (email@example.com) for information to join our chapter.
National chapter: Eta Sigma Alpha National Homeschool Honor Society Requirements:
A test score of 1800 (SAT) or 26 (ACT) or 180 (PSAT) or a 90% composite score on the Iowa or 90% on the total battery on the Stanford nationally normed standardized achievement tests is required for ESA membership. The test score must come from one test. Section scores from different tests may not be combined to achieve the required test score for membership.
Test scores should not be more than 1 year old.
All tests must be administered in a group setting if a parent is helping with the test administration. If a group setting is not possible, a non-family member may administer the test in a one-on-one setting, as long as the parent does not have access to the test. Parent administered tests are not acceptable.
Beta Club and Junior Beta Club
The National Beta Club began as the dream of our founder, Dr. John W. Harris, a professor at Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC. Since the first Beta Club was formed in Landrum, SC in 1934, The National Beta Club has become the nation's largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization. We are committed to recognizing and promoting high academic achievement, rewarding and nurturing worthy character, fostering leadership skills and encouraging service to others.
The National Beta Club Mission Statement
To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.
Achievement: Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement
Character: Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful
Leadership: Developing the leaders of tomorrow
Service: Demonstrating our motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others
National Beta Club: 9th-12th Graders
Members must have a 3.0 GPA.Junior Beta Club: 4th-9th Graders
Members must be working at or above grade level.
More than grades
Academic achievement is a core component of the our honor clubs, however students need much more than just good grades to succeed today. Our chapter will focus on service, leadership, and character development to help students build the skills and relationships that will ensure success throughout their academic years and beyond!