TUSCALOOSA, Alabama — Student leaders from Baldwin County High School recently traveled to the Alabama Student Council Association’s annual conference in Tuscaloosa. The school was selected as …
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama — Student leaders from Baldwin County High School recently traveled to the Alabama Student Council Association’s annual conference in Tuscaloosa. The school was selected as the President School and will plan next year’s annual conference.
The students representing BCHS included representatives from the Student Council and National Honor Society. Representing BCHS included Wil Dobbins, Leann Phillips, Micah Murphy, Swayze Phalen, Callie Roley, Bethany Hadley, Emily Stewart, Hannah Wright, Blayne Shackelford, Will Brooks, Mose Franklin, Sawyer McCullough, DJ Lamkin, Tylor Davis, Matthew Covington and Student Council sponsor William Jones.
BCHS serves on the ASCA State Board and was instrumental in helping to plan the conference. BCHS also designed the conference T-shirt with the theme of “Unleash Your Super-Leader.” The school will remain on the board for the coming year and has been asked to once again host the Southern Regional Advisor’s Workshop. This will mark the third consecutive year that BCHS has served as host of the workshop.
More than 500 student leaders from all over the state were in attendance at the conference and were able to hear from several speakers. Students were also able to participate in some fun activities including a dance, breakout sessions, tours of the campus and attended the Alabama-LSU softball game. BCHS alum Kyle Phillips, a graduate student at Alabama, served as the tour guide for his alma mater. While at BCHS he served on the Student Council.