Student Council is a major club on campus that heads numerous events throughout the year. From mixers to spirit week, the members of student council organize and communicate with their homerooms about upcoming events. Student Council is made up of the five ASB officers and seven homeroom reps along with seven class officers from each grade level.
Presentation’s five ASB Officers serve as the school’s co-presidents and are responsible for managing Student Council and all student events.
ASB members host two leadership conferences during the year for Student Council members as well as other club officers. These conferences help strengthen leadership skills and participation on campus.
Seven Class Officers are elected each year to represent their respective class levels at student council meetings. Class Officers are elected by their class level following elections in the spring. Class Officers assist with the planning of numerous events throughout the year, from mixers to spirit week.
Seven Homeroom Representatives are elected each year to represent their respective homerooms at student council meetings. Homeroom Representatives are elected by their homerooms in the fall. Alongside Class Officers, Homeroom Representatives assist with the planning of numerous events throughout the year, from mixers to spirit week.
Freshmen must attend a Homeroom Rep Election Meeting in August and be elected as Homeroom Rep in September.
Sophomore, junior and senior class level officers are elected by their class level in the spring to represent their class the following year.
Sophomore, junior and senior Class Level Officers are elected in their homerooms in August at the beginning of the school year.
We, the Associated Student Body of Presentation High School, are committed to creating a positive and inclusive atmosphere where students are able to use their individual strengths, enabling them to evoke change in their school, local and global communities.
We will work together to encourage students to act as role models and work hard to unify the Presentation family.
Our goal is to create a spirited environment at Presentation High School that encourages students to be open-minded and to make a difference as they live out our school motto, “Not Words, but Deeds.”