Leadership is in charge of almost everything that the academy does. When it comes down to events, outreach, social media, fundraising, etc., the MSA Leadership committees are always on it.
Our leaders are expected to be the face of the academy. This means that they exhibit good grades, are respectable students, and understand the material better than anyone else.
Our leaders are the driving force of the academy. They take matters in their own hands and are self-initiated problem solvers.
Our leaders are the heart of what it means to be an Academy student.
MSA Leadership is in charge of over 200 students. It is overseen by the teachers but is broken down based on student responsibilities and leadership positions.
Purple Shirts (Presidents)
Black Shirt Committee Members:
Hold various responsibilities in leadership and are in charge of specific events and program goals
Grey Shirts (Vice Presidents): Oversee committees that help the Academy function smoothly
Leader of the Valencia High School HOSA Chapter
New Leadership Application
Students applying for leadership for the first time should submit this application attached with their transcript
Returning Leadership Application
Students who have previously been in leadership and are looking to join again should
submit this application along with their transcript
HOW TO JOIN MSA LEADERSHIP
All students must turn in an application corresponding to their grade level. The due date will be posted in class. It must be turned in to Mr. Monteleone's desk once it is completed.
Students must turn in their unofficial transcript and attendance log. There is no GPA requirement to join leadership, however it will show the admission committee whether you are a responsible student and are capable of representing the Academy well.
Students must have at least 15 hours in addition to their grade level requirement. (i.e. juniors are required to have minimum 105 hours rather than the average minimum 90 hours).
Leaders will be evaluated based on their actions both in and out of class. This means students interested in leadership must show outstanding character and must present themselves as trustworthy leaders.