Politics, high school style

According to the charter, each homeroom would elect a student representative to serve in the school’s House of Homeroom Representatives. Homeroom Reps would meet with class officers, advisers, and other organizing committees as a means of maintaining a focus on communication between student government officials and the students they serve.

A Student Senate would also be part of the government, with those on the existing student council comprising it.

Student Senators and Representatives would work together with members of the school administration to address issues brought forth by students generated during classroom discussions and various meetings.

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