Student Government

Student Government

List of 4 items.

  • Class Council Representative

    Students in grades 9-12 elect representatives for the appropriate Class Council. It is the responsibility of the representative to attend council meetings, serve on committees as appointed by the moderator, and communicate opinions and concerns from the homeroom to the council. Candidates must have the approval of the Dean of Students for Student Life, a cumulative grade point average of at least 83, have fewer than 12 demerits total in the term in which the election is held, and the three terms preceding the election. Disciplinary violations warranting ten or more demerits in the same period disqualify candidates. Voting by the appropriate homeroom is conducted in the fall. Term is from date of election until end of school year. No limit on the number of candidates.
  • Class Officer

    Each grade in the upper classes is led by four officers president, chaplain, secretary, and treasurer. The officers work with the class moderator to plan spirit, social, fund raising, etc., activities for the class. Candidates must have the approval of the Dean of Student for Student Life, a cumulative percentage average of at least 83 or a percentage average of at least 85 or higher for the preceding two terms, have fewer than 12 demerits total in the term in which the election is held, and the three terms preceding the election. Disciplinary violations warranting ten or more demerits in the same period disqualify candidates. Voting by the appropriate grade is conducted in the Spring. The elected term is from date of election until one year later. No limit on the number of candidates.
  • Student Council Officer

    The Student Council is the official voice of the 9th through the 12th grade students. The officers include a co-presidents, chaplain, secretary, and treasurer. Each officer has specific duties within the organization. Candidates must have the approval of the Dean of Student for Student Life, a cumulative grade point average of at least 83, have fewer than 12 demerits total in the term in which the election is held, and the three terms preceding the election. Disciplinary violations warranting ten or more demerits in the same period disqualify candidates. Voting by appropriate grades is conducted in the Spring. Term is from date of election until one year later. No limit on the number of candidates.
  • Student Council Representative

    It is the responsibility of the representative to attend monthly council meetings, serve on committees as appointed by the President, and communicate opinions and concerns from the student body to the council. Candidates must have the approval of the Dean of Students for Student Life, a cumulative percentage average of at least an 83% or a percentage average of at least 85% or higher for the preceding two terms, have fewer than 12 demerits total in the term in which the election is held, and the three terms preceding the election. Disciplinary violations warranting ten or more demerits in the same period disqualify candidates. Voting is conducted in the spring with at least five spots available in each grade. Three spots are reserved for new 9th graders who may apply in the fall. Term is from date of election until end of school year. No limit on the number of candidates.

Marist School

3790 Ashford Dunwoody Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30319-1899
(770) 457-7201
An Independent Catholic School of the Marist Fathers and Brothers