Spanish Honor Society -
Capitulo El EscuderoDescription:
This Spanish Honor Society was founded by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese in 1953, for the students of North American secondary schools. Lincoln-Way East's chapter was founded in 2005. The name of this chapter is El Escudero. The students who represent this society have demonstrated a strong desire to acquire proficiency in the language and interest in learning of other cultures. For eligibility for the Spanish Honor Society, each student must have maintained an honor's average in all classes and have excelled in each semester of their Spanish courses. Students also must display character, leadership, seriousness of purpose, and service/commitment to others.
Students must be taking Spanish 4AP or 5AP and intend on continuing Spanish studies the following year. Students must currently have an overall average of 3.0 or higher and must have received a minimum grade of a B+ (87%) for each semester of all Spanish classes previously completed at Lincoln-Way East H.S. or at another high school.