In Scholarships and Grants Awarded Annually
In Our Member Community Since 2002
NSHSS isn’t just for high school scholars. Educators like you are crucial to the success of our young scholars. NSHSS salutes the achievements of outstanding educators who have helped students reach their potential. In addition to nominating exceptional students, teachers and other educators have opportunities to apply for grants, attend educational events, and earn recognition for their contributions to today’s youth.
Join over 140,000 other educators in becoming a recognized NSHSS educator today!
Huntington High School
Morton East High School
Long Reach High School
NSHSS is proud to offer grant opportunities, special discounts, access to conferences, and more to teachers and educators.
Students who join NSHSS become members for life. A one-time membership fee of $75 grants them access to scholarship opportunities and much more.
NSHSS awards over $2 million in exclusive scholarships each year.
NSHSS college fairs help students prepare for a successful college transition.
Leadership programs teach students critical skills to help them achieve their goals.
NSHSS member events in the US and abroad connect young scholars with their peers.
Our partners offer valuable, real-world skills through internships and more.
Students can save money on textbooks, test prep programs, and more.
Meet our Claes Nobel Educator of the Year Award recipients recognized for their work helping students build on academic success and grow the skills and desire to have a positive impact in the global community.
White Station High School, Memphis, TN
Morton East High School, Cicero, Illinois
MLK- Educational Campus High School for Law Advocacy and Community Justice, New York, New York
Join the NSHSS community to nominate students for membership, apply for educator grants, attend special events, and more.
Apply for one of the many NSHSS grant opportunities to help defray the costs of educational conferences, supplies, field trips, and more.
Recognize and reward your best high school students by nominating them for membership in the National Society of High School Scholars.