Christian Honor Student Association

The Christian Honor Student Association (CHSA) was established by the Oral Roberts University Education Fellowship as a way to recognize students who show Christian traits through character, leadership, scholarship, and service.

All students in grades 9-12, whose school is a member of ORUEF, are eligible to participate in CHSA. Each participating school will receive a certificate for new and renewal members, lapel pins for new student members, special diploma seals for graduating seniors, and recognition of outstanding theme projects at the annual ORUEF Awards Banquet.

A special part of the CHSA program is the Theme Project which encourages Christian service to the school, church, community, or a special organization. In scripture we are encouraged to be "...doers of the Word, and not hearers only," and in this sense an honor society should desire to find avenues of service that demonstrates its Christianity in action. The project should reflect the interests, abilities, and talents of the group. Each school is encouraged to participate in the Theme Project.