RESTON, VA—The National Honor Society (NHS) is awarding $2 million in scholarships to 600 NHS students. The program is supported by NHS’s parent organization, the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), which also administers the National Student Council.

“We’re thrilled to honor these NHS scholarship winners who have done so much to better their schools and their communities,” said NASSP CEO Ronn Nozoe. “These exceptional student leaders have demonstrated an unwavering commitment to excellence and have set a shining example for their peers. We are proud to support their academic journeys and can’t wait to see what they will achieve in the future.”

The scholarships recognize students who exemplify the four pillars of NHS membership: scholarship, service, leadership and character. One national winner will receive $25,000 while four others will receive $10,625 for embodying each pillar at a gala on April 23. In addition, 20 finalists will each earn $5,625 scholarships and 575 semifinalists will receive $3,200 scholarships.

“Winning this scholarship has helped me recognize that the things I do may seem small, but they make a big difference to my school and community,” said Katherine Green, senior at Woodland Hills High School in Pittsburgh, PA and NHS Scholarship finalist.

Click here for a list of the finalists and 575 semifinalists, searchable by city and state.