What is ASB?
Associated Student Body (ASB) is Azusa High student government is elected to represent the entire student body.
What does ASB do?
Azusa High ASB encourages student involvement by providing a wide variety of extra-curricular and co-curricular student activities. Most of these activities offer the students the opportunity to develop skills of leadership, cooperation, empathy, responsibility, and goal-setting. ASB is also responsible for raising and managing student funds and to pay for student activities.
Why should I buy an ASB card?
ASB cards will provide students with free admission to all AHS home regular season Montview League athletic events, discounts to dances, other special activities, and yearbook purchases. Money raised through the purchase of an ASB card is used to pay for student events, student conferences, event officials, game workers, and other student activity/club expenses.
How do I get involved in ASB?
Students who are interested in ASB and Leadership class must submit an application to enroll. After the application is submitted, students interview with the ASB advisor. Requirements to be a part of student leadership include, but are not limited to:
students must have a 2.0 total grade point average, or higher.
students must have no debts at school
students must maintain high personal standards of honesty and respect for others.
students must be wiling to work hard and be humble.
Students must carry their AHS ID cards at all times. Replacement ID may be purchased for $5 from Mrs. Armas in Activities Office.
2020-21 ASB Cabinet
ASB President: Jacob Vasquez
ASB Vice-President: Ayana Call
ASB Secretary: Karla Alarcon
ASB Treasurer: Arjay Manalastas
ASB Sergeant-at-Arms: Karina Alvarez
Sr. Governor: TBD
Sr. Lt. Governor: TBD
Jr. Governor: TBD
Jr. Lt. Governor: TBD
Sophomore Governor: TBD
Sophomore Lt. Governor: TBD
Freshman Governor: TBD
Freshman Lt. Governor: TBD
All money that comes into, and goes out of, ASB is considered "student funds." All merchandise and equipment purchased or donated to Azusa High School for student activities or athletics is considered property of the school district.