|Students add a mural to the walls of Scarsdale High School|
Among hundreds of clubs at Scarsdale High School, there’s one in particular that stands out as being beneficial to both its community and members: The National Art Honor Society. This club seeks to cultivate interest in art through community service, in-school projects, and town fundraisers. Find out what exactly NAHS does and how these students help their community.
|Planning Projects in the Art Room|
One of the many activities club members participate in is painting murals in the school hallways. The school principal decided the high school needed more art, and called on none other than NAHS to do the job. Since last year, members have been planning and sketching out designs in the art wing. The club hopes to finish designing and start painting when school resumes in the new year.
|Coachman Family Center houses up to 100 families|
One of the best things NAHS does is teach art to children from struggling families. About different 5 members volunteer each week at Coachman Family Center in White Plains, where they spend time doing arts and crafts with underprivileged kids. The experience is just as rewarding for NAHS members as it is for the children. Students agree that their volunteer time really does help children forget about their hardships and have fun.
|Painting Pumpkins to Raise money and awareness|
|Lindsay LeBoyer (center) writes fashion blog The Style Child.|