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Chickasaw Honor Club


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Motivated and academically successful Chickasaw students can earn incentives and recognition for their hard work. The Chickasaw Honor Club rewards participants in three areas: grade incentive, perfect attendance and outstanding achievement.

Academic Year 2020-2021 Information

Retroactive applications for grade and perfect attendance incentives for the previous school year will be accepted Aug. 20-Oct. 15, 2021. Please submit only one application for consideration. Students who qualify will be awarded for both semesters. This only applies to the 2020-2021 school year.

Academic Year 2021-2022 Information

Applications for the grade and perfect attendance incentive are open:

Fall: Dec. 15, 2021-Feb. 1, 2022

Spring: May 15, 2022-July 1, 2022

New applications must be submitted for each semester. Grade reports must be included within 30 days of the end of the semester.

Grade and Perfect Attendance Incentives

Grade Incentive
Open to Chickasaw students in grades two-12 with an approved application, once per semester. Students earning all A's receive a $40 gift card. Students earning A's and B's receive a $20 gift card.

Student's caregiver is responsible for submitting grade reports, along with the application within 30 days of the last day of the semester.

Students may be recognized at the end of each semester for up to two awards per year.

Perfect Attendance
Open to Chickasaw citizens in grades two-12. Students are eligible for perfect attendance rewards each semester.

A $40 gift card is awarded to students with perfect attendance once per semester.

Student's caregiver is responsible for submitting grade reports, along with the application within 30 days of the last day of the semester.

Students may be recognized at the end of each semester for up to two awards per year.

Outstanding Achievement
This recognizes high achieving Chickasaw students for their participation in activities both in and out of the classroom. Applications for outstanding achievement are awarded on a monthly basis throughout the school year and are open year-round. Nomination categories include:

  • Athletics
  • Music
  • Art
  • Journalism
  • FFA/FHA (Future Farmers and Future Homemakers of America)
  • Citizenship
  • Band
  • Dance
  • Theater/Drama
  • Academic Achievement
  • Other

This award is open to students both within and outside of Chickasaw Nation boundaries. Applications can be submitted once per academic year.

Students can be nominated by coaches, mentors, school staff or other individuals not related to them. Selections are made each month. Students who are chosen will receive a certificate and prize. Award recipients are published in the Chickasaw Times.

To apply, students must:

  • be a Chickasaw citizen
  • be in grades two-12
  • provide school photo
  • submit complete application, including biography and nomination

You Provide

Students attending a public school district that does not participate in data sharing with the Chickasaw Nation OR students residing outside of tribal boundaries must submit:

  • Completed application per requested award period (semester)
  • Official report card (progress reports will not be accepted) including grade attendance information for the requested award period. Report cards must be submitted within 30 days of the last day of each semester


  • Chickasaw citizen
  • Grades two through 12
  • Students should maintain grades no lower than a ‘B’ in regular courses and ‘C’ in advanced/honor courses
  • Homeschooled applicants are required to provide documentation for program review and approval indicating the student is following curricula consistent with grade level and in alignment with appropriate academic standards

Other Information

Data Sharing

Students who attend public schools within tribal boundaries that participate in data sharing with the Chickasaw Nation will be automatically considered for grade and perfect attendance incentives. A signed agreement must be on file permitting data sharing. Click to view schools that participate in this program.

Parents/legal guardians must give permission to the school to share student information. A signed student data sharing agreement must be on file with the student’s school. Contact the school office to verify, or to request the agreement.

All signed data sharing agreements remain valid as long as the student is enrolled in a school district participating in data sharing processes with the Chickasaw Nation.

Online Applications

Service Area


This service is available both inside and outside the Chickasaw Nation's boundaries

Contact Information

(580) 421-7711

(580) 310-9531


Douglas H. Johnston Building
300 Rosedale Road
Ada, Oklahoma 74820

(580) 421-7711