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Leadership Application

Applications for the 2023-24 School Year are now OPEN! Applications will close on February 13th, 2023 at 11:59PM. 

See the links below to complete an application!

Current THS Students Click HERE!

If you do not currently attend Tracy High, please use the link below:


APPLICATION HELP: Click on the following link to join a Leadership Application Support group for application help or simply to ask questions! Great way to contact Mr. Chitwood or other Student Council veterans for help!

Important Dates: 

2/2/2023: Interest Meeting for Current THS Students in F101 after school. (3:50 -4:15PM)

2/13/23: Current Student Applications Close (No Application will be accepted after this date)

2/17/23: Incoming Freshman/NON TUSD Students Applications Close (No Application will be accepted after this date)

2/22/23: Interviews of (CURRENT THS)candidates during school. You will receive a pass and a text/email of your interview time if selected around 2/20, 2/21.

2/23/23: 4:00 PM - 5:30PM: Incoming Freshman/ NON TUSD Interviews (Virtual/In - Person) - Candidates will be contacted for preference. 

March: Selected candidates will be notified and Class Roster released after Counseling confirmation. 

Student Government & Leadership - 8460
Grade Level: 9, 10, 11, 12
Course Length: 1 year
Credit: 10 credits
A-G [UC/CSU] Category: G - Elective
Prerequisite: Elected ASB Officers, Class Officers & appointed Commissioners or by application & with the Activity Director’s approval.

Description: Student Government & Leadership is a movement at THS that promotes pride in activities, special events, club creations, diversity, & culture, fundraising, community service, and career readiness. The Leadership program allows students holding various positions from ASB President to Social Media Relations an opportunity to grow as leaders for the future tomorrow. Homecoming, dances, rallies, community events, and spirit week all encompass this student-driven program. The class will focus on standards designed by the CADA and CCSS, including public speaking, written communication, service learning, presentation skills, community service, government hierarchy, procedures and elections, personal and social development, goal setting, group dynamics, business marketing, finance accounting, advertising, business law, and technology while positively impacting the entire student body. Members are also expected to help other students with the creation and maintenance of clubs and student life on campus. The course focuses on school government/policies related to the Associated Student Body (ASB), the management of all student money, the promotion of school spirit, and the organization and promotion of all school-wide events. Required for all ASB, officers, class officers, and commissioners.