Despite the school closure due to the pandemic, Westview is still holding class president elections for next school year! But, it's going to look a little bit different than what we've done in the past. Click here or scroll down to learn how these campaigns and election will be run.

We encourage you to consider all candidates from your class and make an informed decision! 

Class of 2023

Lily Bryan

Lily Bryan has been involved in leadership roles since fourth grade. She values her community, and is passionate about creating long-lasting bonds amongst her peers. Her goal is to promote connection, all while having fun!

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Lucy Sullivan

Lucy Sullivan has been invested in student government for the past six years, and served as freshmen class president this past year. Her goal is to make every one of her classmates feel safe and included at school events. 

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Class of 2022

Callie Mitchell

As one of the current Sophomore Class Presidents, Callie is excited to be running again! If elected, Callie wants to help Juniors stand out on and off campus while finding a healthy balance in their most important academic year.

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Casey Johnson

Casey Johnson wants to serve as one of your Junior class presidents. She has experience as one of your current sophomore class presidents and despite everything going on, she wants to make the most of what opportunities are given for the class of 2022!

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Leila Valencia

Leila Valencia has been serving the student body since fourth grade. She was elected Freshman Class President and has continued to take part in ASB, while dancing alongside her Westview dance troupe family. She has many hopes to bring the class of 2022 together!

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Ruby Neuhaus

Ruby Neuhaus is committed to building the class of 2022 community. She will strengthen the class by creating exciting events and activities to participate in, and fun class bonding opportunities throughout the school year.

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Class of 2021

Brian Chander

Brian Chander has been involved in ASB for the past two years, and has enjoyed serving as your current Junior Class President. He is committed to the class of 2021 and is excited to serve again next year.

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Brooke Gorman

Brooke Gorman has served as President of the class of 2021 for all three years, and is looking forward to serving one last time as Senior Class President. She wants you to know she loves you 3000, and also that she is inevitable.

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Campaigns will take place virtually on social media and through this ASB website from 8pm on Sunday, May 31 to 8pm on Thursday, June 4. All candidates will receive equal opportunities to share their platforms on this website and through posts on their mutual class account on Instagram. Candidates are limited to 10 "story" posts and 3 "feed" posts on their personal social media accounts, and are limited to 30 reposts of any kind from students supporting their campaign. All campaign material must come down from social media accounts (including off of supporters who may have reposted campaign materia) by 8pm on Thursday, or candidates will be docked points. Posts on class accounts and information on this website will remain up through the voting period for your reference. 


The voting window will open to all current Freshmen through Juniors at 8am on Friday, June 5, and will close at 11:59pm on Sunday, June 7. Voting will take place via a class specific Google Form which you will be able to find on this page once the voting window opens. To vote, you will have to enter your school email (ex:, and students will be limited to one form submitted. Students will have the opportunity to vote for 2 candidates because our Class Presidents serve in pairs.

If you have any questions regarding this year's campaigning week or voting process, please email or DM us Instagram @westviewASB.



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