Apply Now for Student Delegate Convention

Fri, 10/22/2021 - 8:05am

Attention all 9th, 10th and 11th grade students: 

APPLY NOW to represent Mt. Hebron High School at the HCPSS Student Delegate Convention that will elect the new Student Member of the Board of Education. 

This is a meaningful opportunity for you to lead and serve both your peers and community in a challenging and rewarding capacity. Accepting the position of delegate and making the required time and energy commitments affect all other participants in the Student Member Convention process.

To be considered for the position of delegate to the Student Member Convention:

  • Submit a Student Delegate Application including TWO (2) Evaluation Forms to your principal by November 30,2020.
  • Copy the Evaluation form link and send it to TWO (2) teachers in an email asking them to complete the form for you.
  • Participate in an interview with Delegate Selection Committee including your principal and peers at an assigned date and time. 

Review the questions listed below to help you prepare for your interview. You may bring notes.

A panel Interview will be held on December 7, 2021, at Mt. Hebron during the school day. Students will receive a pass from Dr. Miller. 

Please come prepared to answer the following questions in an interview.

  • Why do you want to serve as a delegate to the Student Member Convention?
  • What experiences would help you to serve as a delegate?
  • How would you work with students at Convention who disagree with your point of view?
  • Describe the skills and characteristics you have that would make you a representative leader?
  • What characteristics do you think would make a successful Student Member of the Board?
  • What do you think is the most important issue facing HCPSS?

Chosen delegates will attend a training in mid-February. 

The Convention is a school day event at the end of February or early March. 

Student Delegate Application for Mt. Hebron

Teacher Recommendation form for Student Delegate

SMOB & Student Delegate Information

Please see Dr. Miller or student leader, Katie Noppenberger at if you have any questions.