Student Government Association (SGA)

Crestview High School’s Student Government Association (SGA) serves as an organization in which students ideas can be brought to fruition. CHS’s SGA is part of a larger organization known as the Florida Association of Student Councils. FASC consists of over 200 middle and high schools from throughout the State of Florida who are working together to bring about a growth in student leadership development, participation in student activities and student engagement in civic affairs. SGA hopes to develop a student’s leadership skills, responsibility, and personal growth all while practicing and promoting the idea of a representative democracy.

Homecoming is one of SGA’s most visible projects since we run it but there are many projects we work on besides that and ideas can be brought to the state level and made law. An example of this would be Crimestoppers which came from a Florida SGA. If you want to improve what’s around you, SGA is the place.

Our sponsor is Ms. Zick. Please contact her for any more information.

SGA meet weekly on Mondays at 2pm in Ms. Zick’s room. SGA meetings are open for viewing by any student.

We strive to help the community and to make Crestview High school the best that it can be!




  • Brianna Sanchez
  • Courtney Ammons
  • Hannah Kelsey
  • Kititad “Kit” Lamungkun
  • Madison Holloway
  • Montoya Baysmore
  • Rylee Dalton
  • Brenden Mears
  • Jennifer Robinson
  • Brooklyn Barrow


  • Andrea Gillis
  • Autumn Weighknekt
  • Jacob Kitchen
  • Kileigh Whited
  • Patricia Wisenbaker
  • Samantha Cooke
  • Zoe Carr


  • Alejandro Vargas
  • Amber Morera
  • Audrey Blum
  • Emily Grace Robinson
  • Jack Corbin
  • Kelly Castleberry
  • Rachel Kelsey
  • Savanna Sims
  • Weston Tew
  • Yazmeen Deehr


  • Ally Windham
  • Amaris James
  • Henrique Canuto
  • Luke Baker
  • Juan Torres
  • Mya Thomas
  • Christina Leggio
  • Sara Sims
  • Jaynie Darby
  • Daija Davis

All members make sure you are signed up for the remind with remind code: @cviewsga.

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