Student Advisory Council
The Richmond County Student Advisory Council meets six times during the school year with district leaders to discuss issues that affect students throughout the Richmond County School System. Members are advisors and act as liaisons between the Richmond County Board of Education and the students in the school system. The advisory consist of one 8th grade student from each middle school and two high school students (11th and 12th) from each high school across the district.
Members of the Richmond County Student Advisory Council are required to attend meetings, actively participate in discussions, maintain good academic standing, and show good character throughout the school year.