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"The National Scholars Honor Society is a private and independent academic honors organization dedicated to encouraging, recognizing, and rewarding high academic achievement in all areas of study. The membership is composed of students and scholars from university, graduate, and professional programs. The National Scholars Honor Society is the only national honor society to adopt and function by an honor code. The National Scholars Honor Code cultivates honor and integrity in membership in a practical way, creating trust and an atmosphere of respect, which all scholars deserve, and should expect from any honor society. We strive to encourage and reward personal growth and development, placing a high value on students who possess a sense of civic responsibility and dedication to our nation's political process. The National Scholars Honor Society does not endorse any particular political views."

The Honor Code is an open invitation for applicants to demonstrate their honesty, integrity, and self-determination.

The Honor Code: "I will conduct my academic and personal affairs with the utmost integrity. I will honor myself, and the tenets of the National Honor Society."

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Well I have to admit that I am skeptical of them but I received a nifty embossed certificate with a letter saying that my membership fee had been waived because of my academic achievement. It may very well be a scam but I don't know why they would send me a pin, certificate and letter for free…

They also have their bylaws posted which is kind of good for a honor society.

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