Alpha Beta Kappa at IBMC

IBMC-ABK-honoreesAlpha Beta Kappa — Honor Society Epsilon of Colorado

What is an Honor Society?

An Honor Society is an association of members and chapters whose purpose is to encourage and recognize superior academic and leadership achievement.

ABK-web-symbol-1013ABK Recognition

Membership in ABK recognizes your achievements and honors your exceptional scholastic accomplishments. Each honor student will receive a special congratulatory letter from Alpha Beta Kappa, a narrative about our society, and a letter of reference, which you will be able to use when seeking employment. Additionally, at graduation, you will be awarded an ABK stole, pin and red and blue cords, signifying your academic accomplishments.

Membership in ABK is based on:

  • 1. Leadership and service in class and school activities
  • 2. Personal integrity
  • 3. Good moral character
  • 4. A minimum 3.75 GPA

Students who qualify for ABK will receive an invitation to join the society by mail.

Why should I join an Honor Society?

Honor society membership follows you forever and identifies you as part of an elite group of dedicated individuals. Honor societies are well regarded by schools, employers and members of the community. Many prospective employers consider participation in honor societies a testament to your character and your dedication to excellence.

Plan now to be in ABK

You’ll need:

  • Good attendance
  • Completed homework
  • Class participation
  • Leadership roles in class and school activities
  • Volunteer in community or IBMC sponsored activities
  • To STUDY, STUDY, STUDY

See highlights from our
recent ABK Ceremony



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