Baltimore County Student Council

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The Baltimore County Student Councils (BCSC) is a student-led organization that supports school administrators, the Board of Education of Baltimore County, and the Maryland Association of Student Councils by providing valuable input and feedback on issues that affect all students. The Baltimore County Student Council serves as the official voice of, and as a representative for, the more than 108,000 students within Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS).

The goal of BCSC is to provide an organized platform for students to serve their school and community through three main focus areas:

  • Student leadership
  • School events and activities
  • Service within the community

BCSC is governed by four elected officers and an appointed executive board that meets on a regular basis throughout the school year. The legislative body, known as the general assembly, is comprised of students from each middle and high school. The general assembly meets five times per year to propose, debate, and vote upon student-written legislation dealing with student issues. The executive board supports each school-based student council and also lobbies at the local, state, and federal levels of government on behalf of BCPS students.

BCJC Exec Board & SMOB

BCSC Executive Board Members
Student Member of The Board of Education

Constitution
Bylaws
Platform

Calendar of Events

High School Advisor Information

Maryland Association of Student Councils


Applications


2021 - 2022 Board of Selected Students 

Applications are now being accepted for membership on the 2021-2022 Board of Selected Students (BOSS). BOSS members students, not normally engaged in student council, who are asked to represent their school’s views to Baltimore County Student Councils (BCSC) and to collaborate with other student leaders from across the county. BOSS meets once a month and will meet virtually throughout the year. Two students from each middle and high school will be selected. Applicants will need to supply the name and email address of a teacher who will submit a recommendation. Once the application is complete, the committee will send a notification to the teacher to submit a letter of recommendation. Applications are due by Oct. 1, 2021.




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