La Société honoraire de Français

Advisor: Madame Siffer (

The aim of this organization is to make French a part of daily life and to encourage a life-long passion for French. We encourage all French students at MMS and MHS to become involved with the FHS events throughout the year. The FHS strives to promote high standards of scholarship, to reward scholastic achievements, to create enthusiasm for and an understanding of francophone culture civilization, to promote and perpetuate international friendship, and to reward efforts toward furthering solidarity in the French- speaking world. The FHS was established through presidential order by the AATF in 1949 and remains affiliated with the parent organization. 

Requirements: In accordance with the Manhasset World Language Department Guidelines for all Language Honor Societies, the requirement for FHS candidates is a minimum un-weighted GPA of 3.67 in French and a minimum un-weighted cumulative GPA of 3.33 in all courses other than World Languages. Candidates must currently be enrolled in French 4 or 5 (AP and Non-AP track) and plan to continue their French studies. Students may apply in October of Level 4. Candidates must demonstrate proof of scholarship, service, citizenship, and character. New members are inducted at the World Language Induction Ceremony. Merci!

Tutoring is offered through Bonjour Buddies- please see the tutoring calendar. Merci!
 2016 Anual Poster Contest 

“Nord, sud, est, oust: les îles francophones

North, south, east, west: the Francophone islands.”

•       1st place: Rachael Lee 

•       2nd place: Abigail Kolyer

•       3rd place : Lia Harter

•       4th place tie: Vanessa Zhang and  Soo Bynn Lee

•       Honorable Mention: Kate Kirkwood

•       Poster with the most French-speaking Island Facts: Brooke Kapling

Congratulations to all who entered for their wonderful and creative posters!

image011.jpg             1st place


2nd place 


image012.jpg third place

image013.jpg  4th place tie

image014.jpg  Honorable Mention



image016.jpgSecretary Presents: E. of Aquitaine