Associated Student Body

All students are members of the Associated Student Body (ASB). The Student Council has been organized to establish democratic procedures governing student activities and to develop a sense of responsibility, self-discipline, leadership, cooperation, scholarship, school spirit and Christian virtues. The ASB government encourages students to be more involved in government affairs in conjunction with the administration and faculty. The ASB promotes harmonious relationships throughout the school by means of organized activities and projects.

ASB & Class Officers

All candidates must receive the approval of the administration and meet the academic and disciplinary requirements. ASB and class officers are expected to serve as examples for other students in following school policies and procedures and may be removed from office if issues following school policies and procedures occur.

2022-2023 Associated Student Body

ASB Executive Cabinet

Celia Batey, President

Marisol Carmona, Vice President

Carolina Reyes, Secretary

Janella David, Treasurer

Moderator: Coach Roe/Mr. O’Donoghue


Senior Class Officers

Anthony Youssef, President

Nick Carrillo, Vice President

Bryana Salgado, Secretary

Daniel Agbunag, Treasurer

Moderator: Mr. Van/Mrs. Fernandez


Junior Class Officers

Isabella Quiroga, President

Briana Reyes, Vice President

Ivan Boado, Secretary

Tiffany Valdez, Treasurer

Moderator: Ms. Phan


Sophomore Class Officers

Isabella Garcia, President

Sophia Rodriguez, Secretary

Sky Cunanan, Treasurer

Moderator: Mr. Jung/Mr. Goldner

Activities & Goals

The ASB organization is responsible for promoting all of the activity programs of the school and for coordinating all events and projects that are classified as extracurricular.

The goals of student government include:

  • Developing the students’ understanding of the philosophy, goals and objectives of  high school;
  • Encouraging the students to become active members of the high school community which offers various opportunities of personal interaction with peers, staff and parents;
  • Assisting students in developing leadership and organizational skills in planning and sponsoring events and activities.