A Student Council is a group of elected and volunteer students working together with an adult advisor within the framework of a constitution or bylaws to provide a means for student expression and assistance in school affairs and activities, give opportunities for student’s experience in leadership and encourage student / faculty / community relations. It’s a group of student leaders who work with an adult advisor to collaborate with others to impact their school community, which impacts their city or town, which impacts our state, which impacts our country, which changes the world.
Through projects and activities, student councils work to:
- Promote citizenship
- Promote scholarship
- Promote leadership
- Promote human relations
- Promote cultural values
Student councils are a great way for students to take on leadership roles, promote the voice of the student body, solve problems, and impact his or her community. A council serves as the voice for an entire student body and actively works with teachers and advisors to promote excellent learning under effective and collaborative environment.
Student Council is an organization conducted by students and supervised by adults.
The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects.
In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body. They help share student’s ideas, interests, and concerns with the school wide community.
The function of the student council is based upon parliamentary procedures. Ideas are presented, voted upon and confirmed by the student body president. Any student that is interested in leadership, organizational behavior, event planning or becoming more involved in the school are welcome to become involved.
A student council is a group of student leaders who work with an adult advisor to collaborate with others to impact their school community, which impacts their city or town, which impacts our state, which impacts our country, which changes the world.
|Arnav Sharma||XI A (Science)||Head Boy|
|Oshin Rathore||XI (Humanities)||Head Girl|
|Abner Jacob||XI A (Science)||Sports Captain|
|Mayank Singh||IX A||Vice Sports Captain|
|Chandrani||IX B||Vice Head Girl|
|Sanil Kundra||IX B||Vice Head Boy|
|Anika Kaul||IX A||House Captain (Ruby)|
|Vaishnavi Singh||IX A||House Captain (Sapphire)|
|Ritvik Nagar||IX B||House Captain (Topaz)|
|Divyum Munjal||IX A||House Captain (Emerald)|
|Sneha koul||VIII A||Vice House Captain(Ruby)|
|Swati Manchanda||VIII A||Vice House Captain (Sapphire)|
|Eashaan Taneja||VIII A||Vice House Captain (Topaz)|
|Shambhavi Jha||VIII A||Vice House Captain (Emerald)|
- By supporting and further developing democracy as a way of life
- By involving students in meaningful, purpose-oriented activities
- By helping each student develop a sincere regard for law and order appropriate to this democratic society
- By leading everyone in developing a sense of personal responsibility and earned self-respect.
- By teaching the processes and procedures of a democracy
- By encouraging desirable attitudes and the continuous upward development of valued patterns of good citizenship
- By providing a forum for student opinions, interests and desires so these may be understood by the entire student body, faculty, administration and community
- By honestly reflecting and interpreting the student viewpoint
- By contributing to the total educational growth of all students in the school
- By encouraging highest standards of scholarship and positive student involvement in learning and thinking
- By providing experience in genuine problem-solving procedures
- By providing training and experiences in the skills and techniques of good citizenship and leadership to prepare articulate citizens and leaders for a progressing society
- By providing young people with the power and right to speak and, especially, the power, right and privilege of being heard by those in authority
- By avoiding the commercial or cultural exploitation of students
- By providing coordination of school-sponsored student activities with constant evaluation in terms of the selected purposes
By promoting opportunities for leadership among student-body members.
- By utilizing the ideas and support of students in solving relevant school problems
- By helping create harmonious relationships among faculty, administration, student body and the community
- By providing organized services to the school in the interest of the general welfare
- By communicating purposes, activities and the other positive elements of school life through mass media to the entire community
- By helping young people further realize the genius and dignity of each individual
- By sparking school loyalty, pride, patriotism and individual student development
- By providing real experiences in group development and human understandings
- By helping students earn and protect individual rights and responsibilities
- By selecting projects and activities which seek to achieve purposes which are significant in the life of the school community
- By giving young people deeper reasons for attending school and the stimulus for developing commitments to worthy goals
- By helping each student reach maximum educational growth and development
- To initiate, implement, and complete projects and activities which will be of help to the school, the students, the faculty, the administration, and the community.
- To develop and provide opportunities for leadership and service in the local school and in the community.
- To encourage personal growth of leaders through participation in district, state and national meetings and organizations.
- To provide a living workshop of democratic processes, through such activities as elections, participation in a constitutional representative assembly, etc.
- To contribute to the educational experiences of students by providing them with a positive involvement in the school, with widened areas of responsibilities and with more direct participation in organizing and implementing activities.
- To promote respect for law and order and general welfare of the school and community.
- To promote an awareness of human relations, of power structures and how one effectively operates within them. These objectives are realistically approached through increasing avenues of cooperation among the administration, faculty and students.
- To provide a viable means for student expression and an increasing amount of self-direction.
- To improve understanding between and within groups through interaction and communications.
- To develop student potential and encourage to make a well-informed, honest, interested and active citizenship.
- To develop not only leadership abilities within the youth of today, but also leadership for the community, state and nation of tomorrow. In this process, it is also the objective to develop an awareness of good leadership qualities, hopefully, for a more informed, concerned and active citizenry of tomorrow.
- To increase student involvement and school pride.