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Each student should submit a completed rubric directly to their Chapter Sponsor when applying for Induction and Graduation with Honors. Click here to download the NHSDA Collegiate Program Rubrics for Induction and Graduation with Honors.
To qualify for induction at the Collegiate Program level, a student must earn 45 points across all three strands (Artistic Merit, Leadership, and Academic Achievement) and from at least 6 of the 10 categories listed in the Collegiate National Point System.
Using the NHSDA Point System Guidelines, enter the number of points the student has been awarded to date:
# of Points Earned = _________
After reviewing the student’s performance, rate the student according to the following scale:
Enter the student's GPA to date:
GPA = __________
GPA Type (circle one):
To "graduate with NHSDA honors" the student must earn an additional 15 points their senior or graduating year in school. They must have already earned 45 points and have been previously inducted into the school's NHSDA Chapter.
Using the NHSDA Point System Guidelines, enter the number of points earned:
Essay – Statement of Purpose
The student has submitted a 500-1,000 word essay to their Chapter Sponsor detailing their future career plans and how their education, the NHSDA honor and NDEO has impacted their life choices and overall success, or an equivalent essay from a senior thesis, Capstone exit writing, or other major project. Type of essay is at the Chapter Sponsor's discretion.
Chapter Sponsors should keep these forms for their own files, as well as documentation of all points. Induction rubrics do NOT need to be turned in to NDEO.