National Association of Student Councils

Established in 1931, the National Association of Student Councils (NASC) is the leading organization for excellence in middle level and high school student councils. NASC provides student councils and their advisers with the knowledge, skills, and resources that students need to become active, engaged leaders in their schools and communities. LEARN MORE

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The National Association of Secondary School Principals has supported the development of outstanding student leaders through its NASC and Honor Society programs since 1921.


Thinking Outside the Lunchbox

Our student council class wanted to help the kids who are staying at Primary Children's Medical Center in Salt Lake City Utah.  Our Student Council class decided to make unique craft kits inside of metal lunchboxes.  Everybody chose a different theme and filled their lunchboxes with fun cr... READ MORE

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Color Run - Powder to the People

Maine West High School participated in their first ever Color Run, "Powder to the People", organized by National Honor Society on November 5, 2013. Approximately 150 runners participated, generating $500 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.  READ MORE

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Tag, You're IT!

In an effort to encourage quality character on our campus, the local Hearne High School chapter of the National Honor Society began a program of "Tag, You're IT!" All high school staff and NHS members were asked to submit nominations for this designation. When a student was observed exhibiting role-... READ MORE

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Food Bank Volunteering

Members of the Belvidere High School Student Council in Illinois spent their spring break the right way by volunteering at a local food bank for a day. Members got to experience and learn more about how important their volunteer commitment is to our community. Our Food Bank helps serve millions of p... READ MORE

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The House that Oak Built

In 2012, 46.5 million Americans in the United States were living in poverty. According to this statistic, half a million people in our country were living on the streets or in insufficient homes, many without enough food to feed themselves and their families. The home is the foundation of one’... READ MORE

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