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The student council is made up of a student council president as well as a representative from the junior and senior schools. The student council aims to address the concerns of the students and decide whether it is something that is able to be changed or not. After the student council has a meeting about the concerns that them and the students bring up, the student council president takes the concerns to the headmaster, Mark Fry, and they both have a meeting to discuss yet again whether solving the concerns is feasible or not.

After the meeting between Mark Fry and the student council president another meeting is held between the entire student council and Mark Fry letting the senior and junior representatives know what has been said, the student council lets the other students know what has been said through a bulletin.

Bayleigh Howden
Student Council President