Welcome to Spanish Honor Society

Welcome to Seabreeze High School Spanish Honor Society Club website. This site will provide information about the club including how to contact Senora Feliciano-Perez, the requirements for joining the club, the officers and about tutoring. The club meets once a month during lunch in Senora Feliciano-Perez's classroom (8-003). Members attend cultural field trips and promote the study and use of Spanish beyond the classroom. Three years of foreign language study is favored by many colleges. In addition, student membership in honor societies is also highly regarded for college admission. Participation in the Spanish Honor Society benefits its college-bound members, as well as enriches their background. Feel free to stop by Senora Feliciano-Perez's room if you have any questions! ¡Adios!

"The Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is an honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish and Portuguese and is sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. The purpose is to recognize high achievement of high school students in the Spanish and Portuguese languages and to promote a continuing interest in Hispanic and Portuguese studies."

Spanish Honor Society Contact

Contact Mrs. Feliciano-Perez for any questions

President

Emma Thompson 

Vice President

Melody Pourkesali 

Secretary

Sierra Bertram

Treasurer

Jonathan Foege

Historian

Samantha Harrison

Representative

Fabiana Bustamante

Representative

Kylee Miller

Spanish Honor Society Membership

  • Be either a sophomore or junior
  • Successfully completed Spanish II
  • Either completed or currently enrolled in Spanish III
  • Have minimum 93% cumulative average of all Spanish courses taken from 8th grade to the present
  • Have minimum 85% cumulative average of all high school courses
  • Have a behavioral record free from suspension, instances of academic dishonesty, and/or a pattern of inappropriate behavior
  • Pay the $25 club dues

Spanish Honor Society Tutoring

Tutoring is held every Tuesday and Thursday during lunch in Senora Feliciano-Perez's room. Any student in Spanish I or II will receive tutoring by one of the members of the club. All members of the club are either in Spanish III or higher. The tutor receives hours for Bright Futures scholarship and the National Honor Society.  Tutoring is open to any Spanish student, not just Senora Feliciano-Perez's. Ask any Spanish teacher or club member how you can get help.