A.G. West Black Hills High School National Honor Society 

About National Honor Society

The National Honor Society is a nationally-recognized scholarship and service organization begun by the National Association for Secondary School Principals in 1921. The goal of the organization is to both recognize and encourage the development of academic achievement, while at the same time, developing students with a service-mindset, and characteristics that are essential to flourishing in todays challenging society. 

Membership in NHS is both an honor and a commitment. For over 100 years a NHS membership has been the mark of true academic student achievement. But it is not simply an honor roll, or a scholarship group, but is an active organization which aims to shape the school and local community through active service projects and civic engagement yearly. Students are expected to participate in meetings, all chapter activities, and engage in cultivating the community through service.

Member Requirements:

Refer to the A.G. West Black Hills High School NHS Bylaws for further information below

Meetings and Events Calendar


Brayden Golder


Ashley Harris

Vice President

Bianca Pomeroy


Landen Mckissick


Abigail Romero


Carsen Boatman


Advisor-Nicholas Mailhot


Charles Babl

Carsen Boatman

Isabella Brady

Olivia Cammack

Nicholas Chappel

Brittani Chenoweth

Rowan Dodd

Zak Gial

Brayden Golder

Ashley Harris

Ezra Harris

Claire Johnson

Bill Kim

Daniil Kim

Deegan Lubliner

Madison Malone

Landen McKissick

SofiAnn McNamara

Sammantha Mitchell

Sophie Oakes 

D'Artagnan Parkinson

Kailer Phaydavong

Bianca Pomeroy

Samantha Reed

Ella Reichert

Abigail Romero

Rain Slaughter

Ivy Statler

Hailey Strauss

Charles Stremcha

Loralei Upton

Truman Wimsett

Dylan Wittenberg

Taelor Woo