Row 1(L/R): Karlee Amick, Jayhsey Anderson, Sydney Brouwer, Jolee Mesz, Kennidy Olmstead, Rachel Knecht, Ryan Ricke, Lea Kelly, Quin Roan, Claire Petersen 

Row 2 (L/R): Casee Arens, Kaylee Clausen, Peyton Lahrs, Campbell Loreth, Mark Moseman, Kinnick Thoreson, Kurtus Palsma, Sophia Rohan, Brooklyn Roder, Karis Thomas, Ella Peterson 

Row 3: (L/R): Oliver Denney, Theo Moseman, Isaac Stadsvold 

Not Pictured: Alice Mahoney, Jacquelyn Smith, Braden Heiss, Katie Heiss

The National Honor Society holds four pillars in high esteem: Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Character. Requirements for entry into the Golden Eagle chapter of the National Honor Society reflect these pillars. Scholarship: Applicants must be in their junior or senior year and have a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.5 or higher. Service: Applicants must log 20 hours of community service (Silver Cord hours) prior to acceptance. Once accepted students must log an additional 30 hours of service over the course of the year. Leadership: Prior to acceptance applicants compile 10 examples of personal leadership from the past year, state what they learned from each example, and have a witness sign to confirm completion of each example. Character: Applicants must have never breached Lawton-Bronson's Good Conduct Policy. 

Annual examples of service done by The Golden Eagle NHS chapter:

Homecoming parade cleanup

STEM night workers

Pack and deliver backpack program materials

Bronson Elementary student leaders

.Sponsor Mr Mike Meyer