National Art Honors Society (NAHS) is an extracurricular program for any student who wants to participate in making the world a better place, one creative idea at a time. This society is run by two art teachers, Mrs. Gingerelli, and Mrs.Olivo. This year's Presidents, Alisha Raja and Gianluca Vittorioso worked together with Vice Presidents Bella Greczek and Craig Legras to develop projects for the talented students to complete. The program's favorite project is known as the Memory Project, where students create portraits of orphaned children from around the globe to send back to them as a memory. Many other charitable art projects are organized by this program to help bring joy to people through art. Students are currently working on the Peyton Heart Project to help raise global awareness about suicide, bullying, and to help end the stigma surrounding mental health issues.