The “Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica”, Crespi’s Spanish Honor Society, allows students to be recognized for their considerable efforts in contributing to the Spanish-speaking community of Crespi, taking challenging classes in the target language and participating in projects related to the Hispanic culture. Some benefits include, but are not limited to, a featured writer role in Crespi’s HOWL magazine, the traditional Day of the Dead celebration, access to SHH cultural events and excursions, as well as eligibility for SHH scholarships and awards. Upon graduation, student members will be considered former members of the Spanish Honor Society and will receive a seal on their diplomas and an honor ribbon. Here is the description of what the students have accomplished when joining (as read at graduation):
- Here is the description of what the students have accomplished when joining (as read at graduation):
The National Spanish Honor Society, “Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica” recognizes outstanding scholarship in the study of the Spanish Language and Culture. The students recognized have demonstrated excellence in the study of Latin language and culture, commitment towards promoting the learning of the Spanish language through service, and have participated in numerous extracurricular activities related to the Latin language and culture throughout the year.