Phone: 720-886-5300

16100 E. Smoky Hill Rd.
Aurora, CO 80015
Student Government


Student Government (or StuGo) is a combination of Student Leadership class and an extra curricular activity.  During the leadership class, students will participate in leadership activities, plan school events, and meet with adult leaders in the school and community.  The extra curricular activities that StuGo plans include: Homecoming activities, Wish Week, Asset Days, World Awareness, Prom, Graduation activities, school policy changes, community service projects and many more.  All of this work is focused on the goals of developing leaders and making Smoky Hill a better place!

Student Government applications can be picked up from the Smoky Hill Activities Office starting March 1, or you can download the application below.  All applications are due to the Smoky Hill Activities Office by Friday, March 23, for current Smoky Hill students. Applicants must sign up for an interveiw when they turn in their applications.  Interviews will take place during the week of April 2-6.

​Current 8th graders who apply​ must return their application by Friday, April 20.  They will be contacted for an interview in May.


How to Apply:

1.  Complete an application packet.  Download below.

2.  Turn in the completed application before the deadline to the Smoky Hill Activities Office.

3. Sign-up for an interview when you turn in your application (if you are a current Smoky Hill student).

4. Complete the scheduled interview.

5. Acceptance and "sorry" emails will be send on Saturday, April 7.


StuGo High School Student Application.pdf ​

StuGo 8th Grade Application.pdf

How Many are Accepted:

StuGo is a class that meets either 3R or 3G.  Becuase it is a graded class, there are a limited number of seats avaliable in the room. According to the StuGo Constitution, there will be a minium of 14 Seniors, 12 Juniors, 10 Sophomore, and 8 Freshmen accepted.  The sponsor has an option of added up to 6 other members to the class, reguardless of the grade.  We typically have over 100 applicants each year.



Mr. Scott Cohen - StuGo teacher and Activities Director
Email -
Phone - 720-886-5557

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