MHS National Art Honor Society


The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) is an art membership that was established by the National Art Education Association in 1978.

In the NAHS, members complete community service projects, teach kids how to paint, and participate in many other fun activities.

There are approximately 35 NAHS members at McClain High School. NAHS is open to all high school students, and meetings are held every first Wednesday of the month during lunch time. For lunch, students should bring $3.

Submitted by McClain journalism students Freedom Gordon and Shaylee Bell.

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