Each class has a council elected by and comprised of members of the class. Class councils govern class-specific events, such as fundraisers, class homecoming activities, service projects, and, for juniors and seniors, the Prom and Queen of Hearts. After class councils have been elected, class presidents are elected from them. Each class council has its own faculty advisors. Students must be re-elected each year to stay on their respective class councils.
Advisors: E. Elrod/ J. Pattisall-Williams
The Executive Cabinet governs school-wide events, including homecoming and school-wide service projects and fundraisers. It is comprised of members of every class and includes the student body officers, class presidents, and committee chairpersons. Rising juniors may run for the offices of Secretary/Treasurer and 2nd Vice President. Rising seniors may run for President and Vice President.
Advisor: S. Hernandez/V. Sisson
This student-led organziation teaches leadership through serving others with a focus on children. The club meets twice a month and participates in community service activities.
Principal's Advisory Council
Advisor: S. Mares
The Principal's Advisory Council is composed of students in grades 9-12 who are interested in sharing their views about issues and concerns and making suggestions to improve our school. Students who are interested should submit an application to the principal in September. The council meets several times throughout the school year.
Advisors: K. White/D. Corsetti/ M. Childrey
The Service Club is a long standing tradition at Broughton. Its mission is to recognize and encourage service to our school through extracurricular activities and performance groups. Selection for the Service Club is considered a high honor at Broughton, and only juniors and seniors are eligible. Interested students must fill out an activitiy list that identifies all of the extracurricular activities in which they are involved. Activity lists are collected in October or early November. The lists are voted on through an anonymous process, and the inductees are recognized in a school-wide assembly in December or January. Several faculty members are also inducted each year.