PSV Student Advisory Council
2023-2024 High School Advisory Council
Kennedy Chow (Archer)
Selah Johnson (Archer)
Paige Cox (Brentwood)
Maya Harrison (Brentwood)
Elicia Lewis (Brentwood)
Sydney Willwerth (Brentwood)
Daylen Groce (Buckley)
Gigi Johnson ( Campbell Hall)
Makaela Brown (Chadwick)
EJ Vernon (Crossroads)
Harmony Jones (Dwight Global)
Mia Moore-Walker (Flintridge Prep)
Leilah Robertson (Flintridge Sacred Heart)
Michelle Oppong (Geffen)
Madison Baffo (Harvard-Westlake)
Zion Otaño (Harvard-Westlake)
Chaz Auston (Loyola High)
Milan Richardson (Marlborough)
Savanna Jones (Marlborough)
Dawni Daniels (Marymount)
Mackenzie Younker (Mayfield Senior)
Octavia Carey (Mayfield Senior)
Addison Hill (Oakwood)
Breven Ondicki (Pilgrim)
Mychela Green (Rolling Hills Prep)
Hunter-Aiden Cox (St. John Bosco)
Jamar Taylor (St. John Bosco)
Johannes Austin (St. John Bosco)
John McCovey (St. John Bosco)
Eden Oje (St. Marys)
Justice Sanders (Wildwood)
Kyle Morris (Windward)
Perry Rainey (Windward)
What is The Council?
A core tenet of PSV is the centering of students in all of our work, particularly around healthy racial socialization. PSV believes in engaging students to successfully equip and empower them to navigate and thrive through the school experience.
The PSV Student Advisory Council (the Council) is a select group of high school students from various private schools. PSV understands how important it is to engage students as the experts and architects of their own school experience -- we want to empower them to be agents in creating their community!
Why Should You Want to Be on The Council?
Student co-chairs lead the group with PSV parent guidance. Then, the group works together to increase opportunities for racial socialization, build community pride, and works to identify ways to help prepare students for anticipatory experiences when in predominantly white institutions in a way that motivates them to have agency.
The Council is a great way to connect with other like-minded students across private schools. Additionally, where applicable, community service hours are accrued for volunteering time to plan and produce PSV events and activities as PSV is a registered 501(c)3 voluntary, nonprofit organization.
How Does Someone Join The Council?
For the 2023-2024 school year, high school students interested in serving on the PSV Student Advisory Council must work with a parent/caregiver to complete a short nomination form. Then, based on the number of applicants and other variables outlined in the nomination form, a selection committee comprised of PSV volunteer leadership will select council members.