Redlands High School
Associated Student Body
ASB stands for Associated Student Body. ALL students at Redlands High School are members of the Associated Body - you do not have to purchase anything or participate in anything in order to be a part of ASB. Student Government is often referred to as ASB. Students who participate in these classes represent the interests and the goals of the entire student body.
asB/STUDENT GOVERNMENT FAQS
HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED?
There are several ways for students to get involved with ASB.
Join a club, sport, or activity group
Go to events on and off campus OR attend virtually
Spirit activities - lunch and pep rallies, pre-game social events
Activity groups - concerts, plays, etc.
Follow us on social media and keep track of your involvement on 5 Star Students
Purchase an ASB Punch from the Finance Office which will save you money on sporting events, dances, and much more.
Vote in elections so your voice is heard
To get involved with Student Government
Fill out an application packet which usually comes out in January or February.
Ask questions and make suggestions to the students in Student Government so they are representing YOU!
WHO IS IN STUDENT GOVERNMENT?
There are two Student Government STUGO classes and all students go through an application and interview process.
The students in the 4th Period class are chosen by popular vote and appointment. Each class (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior) is made up of 4 appointed positions and 2 elected representatives. These students serve as the Class Officers for their grade level.
The students in the 5th Period class are chosen by the ASB Advisor and the Activities Director. These students serve as a commissioner for a variety of interests such as athletics, clubs, school culture, etc.
There are also 4 Executive Officers who represent the entire student body. There are 2 of them in each class period. All of these positions are elected by the student body.
WHAT DOES STUGO DO?
The role of STUGO is to give back and serve the students at RHS. The students in STUGO work to offer events and activities that encourage student involvement, increase school spirit, shape school culture, and raise funds for activities.
STUGO are the students who put on dances, (HOCO, Prom, etc.)activities at football games, hold rallies, and much more.