Service and Leadership Activities

Student Council

Elementary, Middle and High School have student councils that are sponsored by different members of the MBS staff. Students plan their year, activities and practice working as a group member of the MBS community. The Middle School Student Council is composed of two representatives from each class in grades six to eight.

The Middle School student body elects students from the seventh and eighth grade classes to the office of President.  Vice President and Secretary/Treasurer can include sixth grade students. These officers meet regularly to plan activities, discuss ideas for school improvement and to work on ways to create better school spirit.

The High School Student Council is formed by representatives from each High School class. Students apply or volunteer for the offices of President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Publicity Chairperson. The Council meets regularly to plan student activities, fund-raisers, to discuss ideas for school improvement and to work on ways to create better school spirit.  The by-laws adopted by the Student Council serve to guide the group.  Round tables are conducted once per month with the Director to discuss topics of relevance to students.   All students are welcome to participate!

National Honor & Junior Honor Society

Students who have completed at least three semesters of High School and who have a cumulative scholastic average of at least 87 percent or the equivalent standard of excellence, and grades above 70 in any subject are eligible to become members of Marian Baker School National Honor Society. Their conduct grade must be 85 or higher.

Admission to Honor Society is based on faculty evaluation and recommendation of prospective members on the basis of discipline, service, leadership and character. Students who are interested to participate, may request an interview with the Honor Society advisor to demonstrate how his/her conduct, interests and overall behavior complies with the pillars of the Society listed above.

This conduct is expected both inside and outside of the school. Society by-laws describe the purpose of the groups and the behavior expected from the students involved in them.  The names of the eligible candidates will not be made public until the candidate officially accepts the invitation.