Represent the Student Body
If you have ever wondered if your actions can make a positive difference in your community, consider joining the Student Council. These student leaders help build the school community politically, culturally, and socially.
The Student Council represents the student body on school-wide issues; manages Spirit Week; reviews petitions for clubs and activities; and organizes two important school fundraising events: the annual Walkathon, which raises money for a partner Waldorf school in Africa, and the Penny Drive to support AIDS research and services. Through service on the Student Council, students help the school and develop skills in communication, leadership, and teamwork.
- Weekly during lunchtime
- Three representatives elected class (two voting members and one alternate)
- Faculty mentors support Student Council
- Senior Student Council members meet with Parent Council.