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The Student Council Assembly (extended) consists of a Grade Council (four officers per grade from grades 7-12) and the Student Council Executive Committee (four officers elected by High School students in grades 9-12).

Student Council officers are elected at the beginning of the school year. The positions to be filled are: President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary, both for grade level representation and at the executive committee level.

Being a student council representative is a great honor and responsibility, as it implies that one enjoys the sympathy and trust of one’s peers. Students who wish to be elected to the Student Council must meet the following requirements:

  • Have at least one year in the School for the Grade Council and four years for the main Student Council;
  • Have an academic index of at least 2.5 (85%);
  • Not have been on academic or disciplinary probation during the previous school year.
  • In addition, Student Council officers must maintain a grade point average of 80 for the duration of their office and are expected to conduct themselves in a manner appropriate to their role as an elected leader.

It is the responsibility of the Student Council to organize student activities, represent the student body with their problems and concerns, and assist in maintaining the highest academic and behavioral standards. A selection from the Student Council represents the student body on the continuous school improvement committee.


The school has a Counseling and Psychology Department that students can take advantage of for their personal and academic development. Psychology appointments can be requested by students, parents and/or teachers.

The department coordinates and supervises the application of entrance exams, standardized tests (IOWA, PSAT), intellectual, emotional, aptitude and/or vocational evaluations and coordinates related activities.

Student support programs:

The school offers additional programs to support the integral development of students, among them are the following:

  • Values Program
  • Student-to-Student Mentoring Program
  • Adult Mentoring Program
  • Psychology Services
  • Vocational and University Orientation


In addition to the services offered by the Psychology Department and our diverse curricular offerings and evening programs. Students have other opportunities through which they can develop their interests.

  • National Honor Society
  • Community Service Opportunities
  • Youth Employment Opportunities (Requires parental permission)