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Student Council

Class Council Applications Are OPEN: 

If you are interested in applying for a Leadership class council position for next school year, the application is open! Application is due Thursday, April 4.  There is a MANDATORY information meeting on Tuesday, April 2 at lunch in the SBO. 

https://tinyurl.com/councilapp2024 

Homecoming Week Winners: 

Float: 1st Place: Freshman and Sophomores (TIED), 3rd Place: Juniors, 4th Place: Seniors

Skit: 1st Place: Seniors, 2nd: Juniors, 3rd: Sophomores, 4th: Freshman

Poster: 1st Place: Juniors, 2nd: Sophomores, 3rd: Freshman, 4th: Seniors 

Congratulations to Our 2023-2024 Appointed Positions

Event Representatives

Kyle Campbell
Kaleya Garcia
Varsha Venkateswaran
Ryan Borromeo

Community Outreach

Andrea Katz
Jacie Tram
Semra Hidic
Nikhil Ramkrishman 

Technology Representatives

Nick Morris
Ethan Ha

Congratulations to Our 2023-2024 ASB Council

 President - Asher Dubin
Vice President - Nadine Ngo
Secretary - Glaiza Buenaflor 
Treasurer - Venice Conte 
Communications - Sadie Rios
Spirit/Sports Commissioner - Joann Smith
Spirit/Sports Commissioner - Miranda Guiterrez
Board Representative - Ren Brown

Contact Us

Sharon Freeman  
Vice Principal of Activities
(408) 423-2609
sfreeman@scusd.net

Leanne Konicek 
ASB Secretary
(408) 423-2639
lkonicek@scusd.net

Asher Dubin
ASB President 
schs.asb@scusd.net

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  • SCHS: @santaclarahighschool
  • Athletics: @santaclarahighathletics
  • Freshman: TBA
  • Sophomore: @schs.2026
  • Juniors: @santaclara.2025
  • Seniors: @schs2024

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SCHS Leadership Pillars and Vision
 

Pillars & Vision

Santa Clara High School has an organized A.S.B. (Associated Student Body). Students are primarily responsible for their organizations; the student council and student leaders hold formal meetings, develop budgets, plan fundraisers, decide how the funds will be spent, and approve payments. The students make the decisions and have primary authority over the funds; the school administrators, A.S.B. bookkeeper and club advisor(s) assist, advise and co-approve student decisions.

The role of the A.S.B. advisor and school administrator is not to make the student council’s decisions, but to guide and advise the student council and the individual student clubs so they follow laws, regulations and district board policy. 

The A.S.B. exists for the good of students (the entire student body), and supports student non-curricular activities such as sports, rallies, dances, etc.