NatStuCo 2020: Centennial, Colorado

National Conference, June 22-24, 2020 – a time for students to expand their leadership potential and network with thousands of other students from across our great nation!  Sponsored by the NASSP and NatStuCo and hosted by Eaglecrest High School.

Price $1690: Trip includes flight, conference, hotel, ground transportation, entrance fees, most meals, and state swag.

$200 deposit needed within 2 weeks of selection to secure a spot.

Tentative Itinerary

Friday, June 19 – Sunday, June 21
Pre-conference Activities in and around Denver, Colorado

Monday, June 22 – Wednesday, June 24
Eaglecrest High School
NatStuCo Conference

Wednesday, June 24 (pm)
Fly back to PDX

Who is Eligible? Students entering grades 9-12 in the fall of 2020 and advisers. Must be from an OASC & NatStuCo Member School. (Sorry, we are unable to take graduating seniors.)

How do I sign up? Because there are limited spots available, students will need to apply to attend the NatStuCo in Pennsylvania with the Oregon Delegation by March 2020.

To Apply, fill out the application form below. If selected, you will be asked to fill out and send in an additional form along with a $200 deposit within 2 weeks after selected to secure your spot.  Your deposit is Non-Refundable but will be credited to your balance.

Start Planning Your Conference Experience with help from NatStuCo

This year’s conference theme, “Rise Up and Lead,” takes leadership to new heights in the Mile High City, where your students will engage in valuable training and meaningful peer networking. There’s no better place for your student council members to boost their skills and leadership IQ, and our Justification Toolkit can help you demonstrate that to your principal, administrators, and/or school board. Download these support tools to get started:

  • Justification Letter: Complete this customizable request letter to outline how your students will benefit from attending the upcoming National Student Council Conference.
  • Student Conference Reflections Page: After the conference, your students can use this reflection exercise to share their experience, what they learned about the four tenets of National Student Council, goals for personal growth, and more.


Download the Justification Toolkit today and start planning for your council’s journey to the 2020 National Student Council Conference in Denver!

NatStuCo Application

Fill out my online form.

Fundraising Ideas

How do I raise the $$ to attend NASC?

1. Ask your ASB to help pay all or part of  your NASC registration fee ($385).  Afterall, you will be representing your school and bringing back lots of new ideas to help them!

2. 100 Fundraising Ideas

3. Peerbackers allows you to harness the power of your social network (websites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn) to raise money in an easy, organized, effective way—all on one website.

Fundraising Ideas


  • You already have a large social network online, comprised of people who’d love to support you.
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