Student Government

Overview

Student Government

The members of the Jesuit High School Executive Council are the school’s elected representatives. The Executive Council is responsible for promoting efficient communication between the students, the faculty, and the administration. They help organize the student body so that it may act with one voice on academic, athletic, social and other affairs.

In addition, members of the Executive Council assist with the coordination of co-curricular activities and encourage the development of school spirit through participation.

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Student Government Elections
Steps to Apply/Run

Steps to apply and/or run for Student Council

  1. Review the 2022-2023 Executive Council and Student Council Information Sheet
  2. Review the Leadership Positions
  3. Attend one of the informational meetings on Tuesday, January 11 or Thursday, January 13 at 2:00 pm in GR 205. 
  4. Complete the 2022-2023 Executive/ Student Council Application before Monday, February 28. 

Dates to remember

January 11, 2 PM and January 13, 2:00 pm: Application information sessions.

January 11: Student Council applications posted

Mar 11, 11:59 pm: Application due

March 14-15: Opportunities for posters to be approved by Dr. Desmond

March 14 – March 22: Campaign week

March 17, Community Period: Meeting with candidates running for elected positions

March 22: Election assembly during Community Time

March 22: Primary election (vote by 11:59 pm)

March 25: Runoff (if needed)

April 5: Community: Rising Junior/ Rising Senior interviews

April 6: Collaboration: Rising Sophomore interviews

April 7: Community: Rising Junior/ Rising Senior interviews

April 8: Students notified of application status

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Student Government Positions
Elected & Appointed Positions

Elected Positions

(required items: application, meetings, campaign process)  

ASJ President – Coordinate and oversee the Associated Student Body  

ASJ Vice-President – Assist the President and chair the class officers  

ASJ Secretary/Treasurer – Maintain minutes and reports of the Associated Student Body. Maintain finances of the Associated Student Body and maintain student data.  

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Student Executive Council
2021-2022 Council

Congratulations to the Class of 2025 newly elected student officers!

Executive Council

  • President: Cameron Dunbar ’22
  • Vice President: Christian Covert ’22
  • Secretary/Treasurer: Adam Hammond ’22
  • Intramurals Commissioner: Jack Dyer ’22
  • Activities Coordinator: Charlie Minor ’22
  • Equity & Inclusion Coordinator: Alonso Lee ’22
  • Publicity Coordinator: Nick Cordano ’22
  • Head Cheerleader: Santiago Gage ’22
  • Historian: Sean Nam ’22 
  • Chief Justice(s): Robi Canstaneda ’22
  • A/V Technician: Jackson Smith ’22
  • Senior Class President: Ethan Smith ’22

Class of 2022

  • President: Ethan Smith ’22
  • Secretary/Treasurer: Thomas Contreras ’22
  • Senators: Will Cazneaux ’22, Ryder Spradlin ’22, Aiden Taylor ’22
  • Representatives: Charlie Donlan ’22, Matthew Mellas ’22, Adam Sherif ’22,
  • Cheerleaders: Nick Cordano ’22, Christian Covert ’22, Cameron Dunbar ’22, Jack Dyer ’22, Santiago Gage ’22, Adam Hammond ’22, Jack Lopez ’22, Charlie Minor ’22, Ryder Spradlin ’22 

Class of 2023

  • President: Jake Swanson ’23
  • Secretary/Treasurer: Dylan McMains ’23
  • Senators: Benjamin Condrin ’23, Mason Fat ’23, Charles Sander ’23
  • Representatives: Mason Drake ’23 Matthew Ferrara ’23, Jacob Dexter Parulan ’23, Noah Sanchez ’23, Allen Tovmasyan ’23
  • Cheerleaders: Jonah Garza ’23, Charles Sander ’23

Class of 2024

  • President: Jack Payant ’24    
  • Secretary/Treasurer: Nicholas Contreras ’24
  • Senators: Keegan McManus ’24, Jonah Reynolds ’24
  • Representatives: Colin Davey ’24, Gio Martinez ’24, Colin McGhee ’24, Christopher Rotelli ’24, Thomas Ryan ’24

Class of 2025

  • President: Owen Carmichael ’25
  • Secretary/ Treasurer: Raphael Edralin ’25
  • Representatives: Bennett Bullard ’25, Jayden Canio ’25, Anthony (A.J.) Makarczyk ’25, Andrew McFadden ’25, Judah Miller ’25, Justin Paredes ’25, George Srabian ’25