• 6/5 POSTING 

    The Trip to Teen ARTS FESTIVAL is going to be VIRTUAL this Year.

    Here is the link to attend



    During our Remote Learning

    Create a  Design for a welcome card for new students.

    We create the art work and National Honor Society will write to the new students.





    McAuliffe National Junior Art Honor Society 

    Membership in the National Junior Art Honor Society is one of the highest honors that can be awarded at McAuliffe. 

    This year, select students will be recommended by the McAuliffe Art Teachers , Mrs. Ferullo, Mrs. Keller and Ms. North. These students will have demonstrated an outstanding ability and interest in art and in being involved in the McAuliffe community in both their 6th and 7th grade years. Once nominated, these students will be invited to apply for membership. Members for the 2018-2019 school year will then be chosen and inducted into the NJAHS and recognized with accolades during a candle lighting ceremony. 


    The National Art Honor Society, sponsored by the National Art Education Association, is a prestigious organization represented throughout the United States and thirteen foreign countries with over 2,100 chapters and 49,000 participating students.  The organization strives to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community.


    The National Junior Art Honor Society at McAuliffe, advised by art teacher Lizabeth Ferullo, is designed specifically for middle school students and focuses on the importance of good grades and the development of outstanding citizenship through community service.


    NJAHS Logo


  • The NJAHS is an Organization that focuses on using our talents in art in conjunction with Community Service

    The NJAHS works to bring the accomplishments of outstanding students to the attention of parents, teachers, peers and the community. 



    What Kind of Arts Community Service Will We Do?

    All NJAHS members will participate in community service. Some of the planned projects for this year are: face painting at various McAuliffe events; assisting the Character Education Committee; completing a painting project to beautify the school, designing holiday cards to send to our troops overseas, helping build and paint sets for the drama club performances; designing an art display; and other service projects to be determined by the NJAHS club members.


  • For information regarding the National Junior Art Honor Society please email Ms. Ferullo