NSOE Honors students complete four Honors classes and write an Honors thesis. All of the courses are designed to prepare and assist the students with their thesis. The NSOE Honors program usually graduates from 4-10 students each year. Students begin the program in the fall of their junior year and usually have most of their thesis written before beginning student teaching in the spring of their senior year. Dr. Catherine Little (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Del Siegle (email@example.com) serve as Honors advisors.
Three of our IB/M Honors students have completed the prestigious University Scholars program. Christopher Wasko worked on a project on Irish rebel songs. Sarah Harris and Julianna MacSwan completed projects related to Project M2 and the education of homeless children and youth in Windham, respectively.