National Achievers Society Induction
The National Achievers Society (NAS) is an honor society that recognizes and celebrates the academic achievements of African-Americans and other minority youth.
Every September, NAS holds an orientation ceremony that includes student performances, the official NAS Induction affirmation and awards.
Each year, more than 1,000 family members, teachers, elected officials, community volunteers and everyday citizens attend this moving and uplifting event.
The National Achievers Society accepts applications for membership in the spring of each year. Check with your high school guidance counselor about how you too can be a part of our NAS program!
National Achievers All Year Long!
(NAS) was established to identify and motivate academically achieving minority high school students and increase the pool of students who are prepared, motivated and qualified for higher education. NAS is open to African-American youth and other youth of color in grades 10-12 with a 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average. The video below gives a recap of a great year with the National Achievers Society!