The Blanchet Catholic School Student Council gives students a chance to help make decisions about our school. In addition to being a wonderful learning experience, it demonstrates to the students that they have a voice in the school and that adults value their input. The biggest value of the Student Council, however, is to provide students with a model of the democratic decision-making process.
Blanchet Catholic School's Student Council is made up student representatives from each class.
Student Council members are looked upon as the voice of the student body, capable of seeing many activities and projects come into action. The Blanchet Catholic School Student Council is a prominent school organization that heads many events, activities, and projects. Its members are very organized and very willing to lend a helping hand. Leadership is the key word for a successful student council, and the Blanchet Catholic School Student Council members strive to be great leaders with strong values.
Here is a list of a few of the activities the High School Student Council is responsible for:
- Food Drives
- School Improvement
- Teacher Appreciation
- Spirit Week
- High School Dances
- A Christmas Movie Night
- Student Opinion
- Field Day
Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Student Council members are elected by the student body at the end of the prior year in May. Executive officers are elected in September by the General Council.
Mid high Student Council members are elected once school starts in September.
See Participant section above.