Bài hát vua trực tuyếnWhile our mission is focused on great leaders in every school, we are also committed to the success of each student throughout America—and beyond. By supporting a variety of programs that seek to foster student leadership and empower student voice, NASSP helps students reach their full potential. 

National Honor Societies

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Bài hát vua trực tuyếnThe National Honor Societies—comprising the  for the high school level, the  for the middle level, and the  for the elementary level—gives your highest-achieving students a place where they can hone their leadership skills and get the recognition they’ve earned. More than an honor roll, the National Honor Societies cultivate ideals such as scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship.

National Student Council 

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Bài hát vua trực tuyếnStudent councils, student governments, student senates—or leadership clubs by any other name—have the power to completely transform a school’s environment.  membership provides exclusive programming and resources that help take student leadership and activism to the next level, improving the culture of an entire learning community.

Student Leadership Development

Through its student leadership opportunities, NASSP provides unmatched opportunities for students to collaborate as they learn how to apply innovative leadership practices to their unique school communities.  held throughout the year offer energizing events for Honor Society and student council members to sharpen their leadership skills, while the annual  allows student councils from around the country to learn how they can use their voice to make a larger impact.

Students Making a Difference

NASSP believes in encouraging students to get involved in civic outreach and become active figures in their communities. A recent  promotes civic engagement through online voter registration drives, and the collaboration with No Kid Hungry, a national campaign run by Share Our Strength, allows NASSP and its student leadership programs to serve as a platform for our nation’s schools to address the pressing issue of childhood hunger in America.