The school has developed many methods for giving stakeholders a voice in the continuing development of the school and students are no exception. Through an elected student council, both senior and junior, students in grades four and up are given the opportunity at monthly council meetings to ask questions or voice concerns based upon student body input. The main goal of the student council is to instill school spirit through activities of their choosing, including school spirit week, dances, group fundraising, community service, promote Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) activities and other relevant events. Involvement in the student council and the democratic process promote independence, responsibility and leadership in students at all levels, ages and grades – a cornerstone to the Montessori Philosophy. Students not working at grade level in one more areas will not be eligible to participate in the student council, but may attend events. Student elections are held throughout the first month of the school year.