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The Senate is comprised of one student representative from each Advisory class. Students discuss school-wide events and serve as a vehicle for discussion on school-wide initiatives and change. Senators are responsible for reporting any Senate/ASMHS announcements during every advisory class that follows the senate meeting. They can also bring for discussion any questions and concerns they may have on behalf of their advisory class to be discussed at the senate.


The position of senator is not one to be taken lightly. As a student representative, the senator has the opportunity to voice for positive change on campus, and is a position that can be used on their resume.


Note: All Senators are required to have their ID at all senate meetings.


For the 2020-2021 School Year:

Senate meetings will be held virtually, once a month on Mondays at 2pm. A link will be sent to Senators to join the meeting prior to the meeting date.

On Wednesday, Aug. 26, advisory classes are to determine who will serve as their Senate Representative and Alternate. Advisory teachers will email the Senator application to the students that are selected. 

Senators: If you do not receive the link from your teacher, please email your advisory teacher or [email protected] for help.

Learn more about Senate here:
Click here to view the Senators for the 2019-2020 school year:
(As of 9/15/19)
SY 16-17 R.S.V.P. - Raising Student Voice and Participation
ASMHS is certified in the NASSP and NASC's official RSVP program. For the 2016-2017 School year, the Senate is implementing the RSVP program during the second semester.
See the results from this year's Summit 1 here:
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Aina Pono Program SY 17-18 and current
The Aina Pono Program was an opportunity for Senators to learn about the Farm to School food program, as well as advocate for menu changes, help with waste management, meet with legislators to talk about the importance of local foods, and come up with ways to increase breakfast and lunch consumption by our students.
SY 19-20 R.S.V.P. - Raising Student Voice and Participation