Student Government


Student Government is a composed of students in grades 9 through 12 who are elected by the student body to plan social functions and address school-related issues. Student Government plans school wide events, such as Homecoming and Prom, as well as fundraisers such as Pennies for Patients and blood drives. Student Government also works closely with administration to strengthen communication between administrators and the student body regarding topics that directly affect students.

Eligibility Requirements:

Students must be passing a minimum of four classes, be in good standing with the school, and willing to work outside of school hours when planning events.

Time Commitment:

Student Government meets every Wednesday after school. During certain times of the year, students may be expected to meet more frequently to ensure deadlines are met and social functions run smoothly.

Procedure for Joining:

Elections are held every spring for upperclassman for the following academic year. For ninth graders, elections are held in the fall, soon after school begins for the current academic year. Running for student government consists of obtaining signatures from peers, obtaining a minimum of four teacher recommendations, and finally be voted on by peers on the election day. Student may run for an officer position (President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer) or to serve as a Class Representative.

Activity Period:

August – June

Membership Limit:

There may be four officers per class and 10 representatives per class, allowing for 56 members total.


Justin Peeper, World Languages Department

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