ASMHS stands for the Associated Students of Mililani High School. The Executive Board of ASMHS is made up of five Student Body officers who facilitate school-wide events throughout the year such as quarterly pep rallies, Spirit Weeks, Homecoming, Winterball, service projects, and many more. ASMHS is recognized as a 2022 Gold Council of Excellence by the National Student Council (NatStuCo). This is the eighth year that ASMHS has received this prestigious recognition. The Gold award is the highest level of recognition attainable by a student council for their strong leadership program, functioning in an ethical and responsible way, and engaging others in leadership, spirit, civic, and service activities. “Receiving a NatStuCo National Gold Council of Excellence Award reflects the highest dedication on the part of the school to providing a strong, well-rounded student council program,” said Ann Postlewaite, National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) student programs director.
The ASMHS Council is made up of students who are interested in getting involved and creating a positive school culture on campus through Trojan Teams which fall under one of the four pillars of the National Association of Student Councils: Leadership, Service, Voice and Engagement. Students who are interested in a facilitator/chairperson role are expected to be committed to attend project planning meetings and communicate regularly with the advisor and/or ASMHS executive board. ASMHS Council members have the option to take the Leadership Training Course elective credit during the school day. The calendar/commitment varies for each ASMHS Council Trojan Team (see breakdown below). ASMHS Council members are selected into council by completing their application, completing a brief interview, and meeting the 2.0+ minimum GPA (teacher recommendations may be considered).