Who is the Chester County Student Forum?
The Chester County Student Forum is comprised of student leaders from Chester County's public, private, and non-public high schools. Students are selected to become members of the Forum by their school's Student Forum faculty advisor.
What does the Student Forum do?
Members of the Forum meet monthly to discuss current issues which are of interest to them and which confront their age group. In addition, members participate in a variety of community service projects.
Most recently, the Student Forum volunteered at the Chester County College Fair, the Barn at Spring Brook Farm, the Knowledge Bowl and Kids Voting. They have also raised funds and donations for the Chester County Food Bank and conducted a thank-you card campaign for the front-line workers of Chester County Hospital during the pandemic.
Mission The Chester County Student Forum exists to strengthen bonds between Chester County high schools and the community and to foster student leadership. These goals are met in the following ways:
✔ Through volunteer and community service projects
✔ Discussion and exchange of ideas at meetings
✔ Interaction with students from different high schools across the county
✔ The formation of connections between students and administrators
Who organizes the Student Forum?
The Student Forum is organized by the Chester County Intermediate Unit. The monthly meetings of the Forum are held at the Intermediate Unit located at 455 Boot Road, Downingtown, PA 19335.