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Student Leadership

Honor Societies

National Junior Honor Society

MOT Charter election for membership in the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) represents the highest honor and trust that can be bestowed upon a student in seventh & eighth grade.

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National Honor Society

MOT Charter election for membership in the National Honor Society (NHS) represents the highest honor and trust that can be bestowed upon a student in the junior and senior year of high school.

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Tri-M Music Honor Society

The Tri-M® Music Honor Society is a program of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), which focuses on creating future leaders in music education and music advocacy.

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MOT Charter offers students the opportunity to explore all areas of leadership and supports the idea that students may lead from any position whether in a class, club or organization.

Whether acting as the speaker in a group project or writing a proposal to start a new club, our students are given opportunities to develop leadership skills every day. The continuous development of leadership skills and experiences is embedded in every grade levels curriculum, starting with teaching students good communication and self-advocacy.

Outside of the classroom, students can build leadership skills in more than 60 extracurricular clubs and activities -- from the student newspaper, prom committee and Mock Trial team to the Creative Expression or Future Medical Professionals clubs. While traditional leadership roles such as club or activity officers and sports team captains are available, MOT Charter students also are encouraged to take on roles involving advocacy, service and mentoring.

Student Leadership Opportunity Examples

Gentleman inducted into National Honor Society