Associated Student Body
What is ASB?
The Associated Student Body, better known as ASB, is a team of academically driven, talented, and motivated student leaders who represent our student body here at Hamilton High School. Our purpose is to serve as a communication bridge between our students and administrators in order to create the best school culture. We are in charge of hosting student events such as Club Rush, Homecoming, UCLA blood drives, and many more to promise an enjoyable high school experience. Our top priorities are to ensure voices are heard and to have a positive school culture overall. ASB is the unification of our students and our administrators.
Why does ASB raise funds?
California law allows students in California's public schools to raise money and make decisions about how they will spend this money. Student organizations that are established to raise and spend money on behalf of the student body are called Associated Student Body organizations, or ASBs, which are made up of students across all grade levels. The funds that are raised and spent by student organizations and ASB are called "ASB funds" or student body funds. ASB events and the management of ASB funds present students with opportunities not only to raise and spend money but also to budget funds, plan activities, and acquire leadership skills while making a contribution to their school and fellow students.
What are ASB funds used for?
ASB funds are used for student activities and expenses that the students decide on. There are many student activities including: Homecoming game and dance, lunchtime events, assemblies, incentives for student contests, staffing for school events, and concessions for sale during athletic games.
- ASB Applications due (3/1)
- March Madness Tournament (3/11-3/22)
- ASB Concert with Make Waves (4/5)