Academic Recognition

We celebrate our students' academic achievements throughout their high school career.

The Principal's Honor Roll Program

The Principal's Honor Roll Program allows students that meet the following criteria to be placed on the honor roll roster and be given school wide recognition.
9th-11th graders need a minimum of 30 credits completed during a semester.
12th graders need a minimum of 25 credits completed during a semester.
Students must have an minimum of 5 letter grades, "C" or better. 3 of these 5 courses must from Core Subjects (English, Math, Social Studies, Science or World Language)
Students must have a GPA of at least 3.1, non-weighted.
No F's or U's and no more than 2 N's.

Honors at Graduation

This recognition is for achieving six semesters of placement on the Principal’s Honor Roll roster, two of which must be the final two semesters in residence at Beverly Hills High School. A gold honor seal will be place on the diplomas of students who meet his requirement.Transfer students are eligible for Honors at Graduation if their previous school work meets the above requirements.

National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) is a national organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.

Scholarship Awards

Senior Awards night is held before graduation. We honor seniors who have excelled during their years at Beverly. The recipients include National Merit Scholars (top in the United States); the Faculty Cup recipient(s) (highest BHHS scholastic honor); top students in academic areas, in the arts, and in athletics; plus recipients of a variety of awards and scholarships presented by school, local, state, and national groups.


California Scholarship Federation (CSF)

The California Scholarship Federation (CSF) is a unique statewide organization that was established in 1921. The purpose is the promotion of interest and pride in high school standards of scholarship. 
Individual membership in the local BHHS chapter is based on grades earned each semester.
A point system that is specified by the State CSF constitution establishes the membership requirements.
Students must apply for membership during the first few weeks of each semester for their work in the prior semester. Membership is for one semester only, but may be renewed for additional semesters whenever the student meets the requirements. There is also a membership fee.

To earn membership in CSF students have to earn 10 (ten) CSF points. Points are earned on grades from the previous semester according to the following scale:

A = 3 CSF points*
B = 1 CSF point*
C = 0 CSF points
D or F in any course, even if not counted for CSF, disqualifies the student from membership

*1 extra point for an A or a B in an AP, IB, or Honors-designated course, not to exceed two such points per semester

To apply for membership students need to complete this application and turn it onto the CSF faculty advisor or their counselor.

To see if you qualify for membership answer the following questions: 

1. Do you have any D’s, F’s or U’s? If your answer is NO, continue.
2. Do you have more than one N? If your answer is NO, continue.
3. Do you have a grade of C or above for any class in which you earned credit only?
4. Take your three best SOLIDS to figure CSF POINTS.
A = 4 points if in an honors or AP class **
A = 3 points
B = 2 points if in an honors or AP class **
B = 1 point if in a non-honors class
C = 0 points
** maximum of 2 such AP/honors points per semester
5. Do you have at least 7 points? If your answer is YES, continue.
6. Take one or two more classes (not P.E.) and calculate your points.
7. Do you have at least 10 points?
If your answer is yes, then click here to access an application.

Criteria for obtaining Lifetime Membership and Sealbearer status:

A student must be a full member of CSF at least 4 semesters.

These memberships are based on grades earned in the 10th, 11th and 12th grades.

All memberships are based on grades earned during the previous semester.

At least one of these memberships must be based on grades earned as a senior.

Seniors may use their first semester grades to qualify, but will not receive their honor cords, pin, and certificate until the morning of graduation.