The Associated Student Government is more than a position and title of office. The National Association of Student leadership establishes guidelines in order to hold office that are based upon a student’s outstanding performance in the areas of leadership, scholarship, service and moral character. These criteria establish the student's eligibility to run for office. In order to remain in office if elected, these criteria form the foundation upon which all elected officers must maintain while performing their required duties.
The ASB serves as the basis for student activities and projects, such as, but not limited to, dances, clubs, assemblies, homecoming, tradition week, and other community-‐based initiatives.The ASB Constitution outlines all eligibility requirements for office.
For specific information about criteria and the selection process, please refer to the BBHS Handbook.
When and where the Council meets:
ASB meetings are open to all students. The general meetings are held once-a-month. The meetings are generally held during CP or on a late start. All ASB officers, Class Cabinet members, and representatives of clubs on the permanent ruling council, must attend each meeting. Officers meet with the advisor weekly on alternating weeks during the entire school year.
Located in Seattle, Washington, Bishop Blanchet High School is a private, coed Catholic school for grades 9-12. Students benefit from a challenging college preparatory academic program, campus ministry, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.