2019-2020 Winners: 

Gold High Schools: Adrian High School, Century High School, Clatskanie High School, Glencoe High School, Hermiston High School, Hillsboro High School, McMinnville High School, Milwaukie High School, Mountainside High School, Oregon City High School, Redmond High School, Santiam Sr. High School, Scappoose High School, South Medford High School, St. Helens High School, Taft High School, Tualatin High School

Silver High Schools: Clackamas High School, Lake Oswego High School

Bronze High Schools: Crater Academy of Health and Public Service, Pacific High School

Gold Middle Schools: Fleming Middle School, South Middle School

Silver Middle Schools: Driftwood Middle School

Bronze Middle Schools: Sandstone Middle School

Ready Now!

This Virtual Retreat Package is designed to reward our advisers for their hard work by providing a menu of tools that can serve as a mid-year refresher for their leadership group.

This time of year might be a quarter or semester switch. You might be getting your StuCo back in your hands after a full quarter away. Or maybe, your students could use an energizer to get their brains refocused on what’s important for the group to focus on as we finish out the school year. Wherever you and your team may be landing right now, know this: there is no wrong way to use the tools in this package!

The Oregon Association of Student Councils is a non-profit member association, serving middle and high schools throughout the state. We provide leadership development to both students and advisers. Our program is sponsored by the Coalition of Oregon School Administrators (COSA), and we are recognized by the National Student Council. We are governed by an Executive Board of 10 adults and 11 students. Our original constitution was written in 1949, and since that time, OASC has become the premier student leadership organization in Oregon. Each year we serve thousands of students and advisers from member schools across the state.

OASC Events

Advisor Zoom Chats

Join Advisor Programming Consultant, Sarah Cole to chat with advisors from across the state.

Past Dates: 
October 9th, 9-12am
December 10th, 4-5pm
January 28th, 4-5pm

Past Events

Fall Conference 2020 

Advisor Newsletter

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"OASC has supported our students and buildings through critical conversations and culture-building moments. There have been times students have known about a problem and used their OASC network to brainstorm solutions before it even hit my door. Membership in an organization like OASC leverages resources, partnerships, and networks that make all schools better and value all students in the process. I cannot imagine being a building or district leader without the student, advisor, and administrator support of OASC."

- Majalise Tolan Secondary Teaching and Learning Administrator, Lincoln County School District OASSA President

“I just wanted to thank you, the staff and anyone else involved in the OASC Summer Camp for the past week I had at camp. It was definitely the best time I’ve ever had and I learned so much from it. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to attend, and giving me a bit of scholarship money to do so, it really means a lot to me. Even though this was my first, and last year at the camp considering I will be a senior, and my first ever OASC event, I felt like I’ve known everyone there for much longer than a week. This past week has shown me that it’s ok to be yourself, even if people are against it, and to never be afraid to do so. You are truly in charge of one of the best organizations, and are changing so many lives, including mine.”

- OASC Camper, 2019

“We just can’t thank you enough for allowing our son this opportunity. When you say it’s going to be a life-changing experience, you aren’t kidding!… We will do whatever it takes to see our son look that confident and happy! It will be a bit of a financial dance for us but his enthusiasm for this experience will be worth our investment and I’m sure the rewards will be ongoing.”

- Parent High School of Camper, 2018

OASC Membership

Becoming an OASC member school opens new doors for administrators, advisors and students from across the state of Oregon. Here are just a few membership benefits: 

  • State-wide Student Council Recognition Program for MS & HS, as well as Advisor of the Year.
  • Communication via our monthly newsletter that contains curriculum pieces, current events happening around the state, ideas for activities and projects and more!
  • Online resource library for Advisors and Students 
  • Professional Development Advisers can earn PDUs and grad credits by attending Conferences and Training.
  • Reduced Rates Member schools receive significantly reduced rates to OASC Events.
  • Strategies to connect your students to your school.
  • Summer Leadership Camp for MS and HS students.


Membership Cost:
$60 per Middle School
$75 per High School


OASC Regions

  • Metro Region
  • Northwest Region
  • Central Region
  • Mid-West Region
  • Southern Region
  • Eastern Region
  • Clackamas County
  • Multnomah County
  • Washington County

Clatsop County
Columbia County
Tillamook County
Yamhill County

  • Crook County
  • Deschutes County
  • Hood River County
  • Jefferson County
  • Sherman County
  • Wasco County
  • Benton County
  • Lane County
  • Linn County
  • Marion County
  • Lincoln County
  • Polk County
  • Coos County
  • Curry County
  • Douglas County
  • Jackson County
  • Josephine County
  • Klamath County
  • Lake County
  • Baker County
  • Gilliam County
  • Grant County
  • Harney County
  • Malheur County
  • Morrow County
  • Umatilla County
  • Union County
  • Wallowa County
  • Wheeler County

Advisor of the Year

Advisor of the year is awarded to one Oregon educator each year. Student are in charge of nominating their teacher or advisor. Details regarding the 2021 award are coming soon!

Oregon Association of Student Councils

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