National Beta Club
The National Beta Club was founded in 1934 to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, leadership, and service. It is currently the largest independent non-profit, educational youth organization in America and has been preparing today's student to be tomorrow's leaders. In the last 80 years, they have helped nearly 7 million students to make their life better for themselves.
Director of Student Life: Tempa Cabrera
Faculty Advisor/Sponsor: Jessye Wells
Planned Activities: SBCS Event Support and Service Projects
Affiliations: Chapter of the National Honor Society
Meeting Dates: As Scheduled
President: Elaina Bolous
Vice President: Lauren Marra
Secretary/Treasurer: Hailey Duggins
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National Beta Club Inductee Criteria Requirements
In order to be inducted into the National Beta Club, a student must be in the 9th grade or above and has maintained a B- average and must have the support of the teaching staff and administration* regarding their achievement, character, leadership, and service.
A student of achievement pursues excellence in academic achievement.
A student of demonstrates a love for God and others through words, actions, and attitudes.
A student leader develops leadership skills through school and community service and representation.
Demonstrates the National Beta Club Motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others.