Crestview Middle School Where We Shape Dreams into Realities

Skip to main content
Main Menu Toggle
Crestview Middle's Vision, Mission, and History » The National Junior Honor Society

The National Junior Honor Society

The 5 Pillars 
Scholarship, Service, Leadership, Character, Citizenship
CMS's National Junior Honor Society
2018 - 2019
Mrs. Tracy Stafford

Lead Adviser

Direct questions to

Mr. Digger Hughey
Other Advisers include:

Mrs. Veronica Wheeler

[email protected]

Mrs. Donna King

[email protected]

Ms. Eboni Eaton

[email protected]
As of July 23rd, 2012, the new average for membership eligibility into the National 
Junior Honor Society is a 93. 
The National Junior Honor Society is a service organization. Students in the 7th and 8th grades at Crestview may

 be invited to become members if they have a grade average of 93, with no N's or U's in conduct. Students can 

have NO office referrals, ISP, suspensions, etc. These students must maintain a high academic average as well as 

perform civic duties for the school and community.  They are to maintain good behavior standards and represent 

our school and community with pride. 
NJHS Donates to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
This site is best viewed with Google Chrome
or Safari. Download Google Chrome here.
The Mission of the Tipton County School System, the leading catalyst for educational excellence, is to guide and inspire students to become model citizens who pursue postsecondary education and thrive in the global job market by engaging each student in challenging experiences led by quality educators in a safe and nurturing environment.
Jon Mooney

Disclaimer: CMS does not have control over the website links that are listed below. If the link takes you to a page does that does not exist, please contact Mr. Mooney indicating the link and on what page the link is located.

CMS Logo, Charger Logo, Left Navigation buttons, Charger Logo with sport reference credited to Clint Adams, Lauderdale County PC Repair & Professional Graphics Designer