Candidates Weigh in Before Tomorrow’s Election

April 13, 2017


By Jenifer Guzman

Tomorrow scholars will have the opportunity to vote in the Scholar Government election during third period. An email will be sent out to the high school student body, which will include the link to cast a vote online.

Scholars will have to type in their name and student ID which can be found on their progress reports to be handed out tomorrow. Scholars will have to submit their votes before midnight for their vote to be counted.

There is currently only one candidate running for scholar president, junior Ryan Medina. Two candidates are vying for vice president — Zoe Lum and Matt Gardiner.

“As Vice President of Scholar Government, I promise to improve the activity of the academy, not only academic, but also through activity that interest the scholars within this academy. Vote for me for next year’s Vice President of Scholar Government next year, and I promise to strengthen academy activity and spirit,” said Gardiner.

Lum said, “I am running for Vice President to help establish a better environment for scholars. I want to assist the scholars and managers in rebuilding bridges to allow for a more productive facility. Also to provide clubs with the assistance needed to run events and attend activities.”

The Catalyst sat down with all three candidates and asked them what their plans are for scholar government next year. Check out the videos below

Videos produced by Catalyst staff Sarah Schlappa, Emily Garcia, Isabella Sanchez, Gavin Vialpando and Salvatore Mangiacapra. 

Vice Presidental candidate Zoe Lum


Vice Presidental candidate Matt Gardiner


Presidental candidate Ryan Medina


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