York Community High School

Online Service hour form

2018-2019 Meeting Dates for NHS Members

We meet in the Auditorium at 7:00 on the below dates.  Students sign-in for attendance.  

-Sept. 7

-Oct. 19

-Nov. 16

-Dec. 14

-Jan. 18

-Feb. 15

-March 15

-April 12

-May 10

Volunteer at our Elmhurst 205 middle schools!

Our middle schools are looking for after-school tutors to help individuals and small groups of students with their learning after school from 3:20 - 4:20. We are most interested in setting up a schedule where you will be volunteering the same days for multiple weeks in a row (ie. every Tuesday and Thursday). You will need your own transportation to this after-school opportunity. If you are interested in volunteering for one or more days a week at a particular school, please contact our District STEM Coordinator, Mr. Beedy (dbeedy@elmhurst205.org).

NHS Student Website

Service Opportunities

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Students Volunteering at the 9/11 Memorial in OakBrook

Students Volunteering at the 9/11 Memorial in OakBrook

NHS Students - Join our NHS York Facebook page to stay updated on volunteer events and NHS news!

How Many Hours Do I Need to Complete for NHS?

Students need to complete 20 hours total.  Thus, in total for the school year, you need to complete 6 NHS specific service hours and 14 regular service hours. 


If it helps - you can divide it by semester! 

  • 10 hours due from August-Jan.  For the 10 hours, students needed to complete 3 NHS specific hours and 7 regular service hours. 
  • 10 hours are due from Jan-May.   For the Jan-May hours you need to complete 3 NHS specific hours and 7 regular NHS hours.   

2017-2018 NHS Officers

President – Tala Tinfang


Vice President – Jon Milani


Secretary –Marie Grasse


Treasurer - Abigail Ross


Historians – Leena Lukose 

Spanish speaking tutors needed to help students after school

 -Spanish speaking NHS students:  There is a need for tutors after school for our English Language Learner students at the school.  Please stop by student services and talk to school counselor Diane Oliveros if you are able to help out.