Student Council provides a voice for the Secondary student body at Chatsworth and aims to improve and enrich the daily life on campus. Each homeroom in Secondary elects a Student Council representative. Student Council meets to discuss matters of interest and concern to the students and puts forward ideas for improvements. Student Council organises many events during the school year for students and teachers to come together as a community. These events include but may not be limited to Secondary events, sleepovers, movie nights and free dress days etc.
"Student Council has played a major role during my time at Chatsworth. I am not only learning a lot about working collaboratively with others while leading an organisation, but I am also contributing towards making Chatsworth a better place."
- Ee Hsien (Sam) Lee, Student Body President, 2016-17
Being a representative on the Student Council is a particularly important statement about the student’s leadership qualities and contribution to the school community. It is always of benefit to be able to include such a statement in a reference or letter of recommendation. The Student Council executive positions are elected roles earned via election votes. Voting takes place at the end of second semester for the upcoming school year.