Judge Memorial Catholic High School


Student Council Overview

The Judge Memorial Catholic High School Student Council is elected by the student body every spring, with frosh reps elected in the first weeks of the school year. This group forms an important bridge between the students and the administration and are active ambassadors for Judge throughout the year.
Student Council Advisor:  Mr. Matt DeVoll, mdevoll@judgememorial.com
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A snapshot of Student Council's service to school and community

This year’s Student Council has had a year dedicated to serving Judge Memorial and creating school and community, spirit. The following list details projects and events the members of Student Council create, organize, or assist with during each school year. In addition to these events, Student Council members work tirelessly throughout the year decorating the school, attending athletic events and various school activities, supporting their classmates, as well as volunteering at multiple Judge functions.

  • Serve as ambassadors for Judge Memorial at school visits, school fairs, school and diocesan events
  • Organize and host the New Student Luncheon
  • Volunteer at Judge’s Back to School Night
  • Organize and tally votes for the Frosh Core Elections
  • Organize and tally votes for Homecoming Royalty
  • Assist with Judge’s Student4Student Fundraiser
  • Coordinate Judge’s Homecoming Week: daily celebrations, collection drive, funds donated, and end-of-the-week Dance.
  • Organize and host two Judge Coffeehouses
  • Create and run the fall pep rally
  • Help host annual “Judge Night” Open House for prospective Judge students and families
  • Sponsor the Sadie Hawkins Dance
  • Assist with Parent/Teacher conferences
  • Organize and perform in the annual Holiday Assembly
  • Organize and host Judge’s Winter Formal Dance
  • Run the Incoming Frosh Dance 
  • Assist Peer Ministry with Catholic Schools Week observance
  • Organize entry and participate in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade
  • Coordinate two blood drives in partnership with the American Red Cross
  • Coordinate and publicize our school-wide Academic Integrity Observance Week in January
  • Coordinate and publicize our school-wide Random Acts of Kindness Week in February
  • Organize and host Judge’s Prom
  • Sponsor and vote for Bulldog of the Month recipients
  • Approve and monitor new clubs and organizations
  • Organize the annual Student Body Elections and Assembly