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ASB & Clubs

Leland High offers a wide variety of clubs for all interests. To learn about what’s available, please contact the Activities Director, Meg Walsh or review the active clubs this school year.

ASB wants to hear from you!


The ASB/Leadership class runs the activities and events at Leland. Class commissioners, class officers, and ASB officers all contribute to uniting Leland High School and organizing over 30 events each year, Rallies, Dances, Talent Show, Mr. GQ, Career Week, Wellness Week, Spirit Weeks, and more! ASB is dedicated to planning, advertising, and hosting events that cater to individuals of all interest groups, and acts as a liaison between the admin, clubs, teachers, and students. There are two Leadership classes (3rd period and 4th period) in which students learn valuable leadership and life skills such as how to write a resume or how to create a budget in addition to organizing school events. Leland students of all backgrounds and interests—whether it be art, school spirit, or student recognition—are welcomed and encouraged to join the class. Students in the Leadership program are required to work at least 20 ASB-specific service hours in first semester and 25 hours in second semester to earn full credit.

The selection process is based on applications and interviews. No prior leadership experience is necessary.

ASB Interest form for 2023-2024

*Freshmen: you must be selected as a class commissioner before you run for class officer.

Officer Information

Xavier Martinez wins 2024 Leland's GQ