Ways to Get Involved

Become a Member School

If your school isn't already an OASC member, contact your leadership advisor or school administration to discuss what you think OASC could bring to your school.

Apply for SEC

The Student Executive Council (SEC): one State President, two At-Large Representatives, seven Regional Representatives and two appointed mid-level representatives. Applications are released each September, with elections happening at Fall Conference in November.

Attend Events

OASC events are easier to attend than ever! With the restrictions in place because of COVID-19, OASC conferences are now virtual. You can feel the OASC love from the comfort of your own home

Capitol Ambassadors Program

The OASC Capitol Ambassadors Program is an innovative, first-of-its-kind program that engages high school students in politics and public policy. This is an exciting opportunity for high school student leaders across Oregon to gain firsthand experience, connect with other student leaders, and develop real-world skills. OASC CAP is perfect for any student passionate about making a difference and interested in becoming a stronger leader.
Over the last three years, CAP students visited the State Capitol, met with Governor Brown and leaders of the Department of Education, interviewed legislators, learned how to build compelling resumes and cover letters, and testified before the House Education Committee on the student perspective in education policy. We will select a group of around 25 students to be members of the fourth class of OASC Capitol Ambassadors Program; we are looking for high school students of all ages, from all over Oregon, and with all kinds of backgrounds and interests. They will represent OASC and their peers from across the state. New and returning students are welcome to apply. This program is completely non-partisan and students of all belief systems are welcome.

Our participants for the 2020-2021 Capitol Ambassadors Program have already been selected. Please look out for more openings in August 2021. If you have any questions, please email Miles Palacios (

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

2020-21 Student Executive Council

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.

  • 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

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