House Captain Elections

The house captain elections will be taking place on September 6. If you are interested in becoming a captain, please fill out this form.

Eligibility requirements

  • You must be in Grade 11 or 12.
  • Members of the Student Council are not allowed to run for house captain (or vice captain).
  • You should love your house! (Don’t just do it for CAS.)

Here is how the elections will work:

  1. Sign-ups close on September 4.
  2. You must give a one-minute speech on September 6 in assembly (which will take place during period 5).
  3. After all the candidates have given their speeches, the student body will cast their vote.
  4. Results will be released on September 7 on KIS Today.

Responsibilities

  • Organise sign-up sheets for house-based events.
  • Relay information from Student Council (SC) to the house.
  • Show up to all SC events and support your house. 🙂
  • Occasionally, SC may ask you to help run some events.
  • Hype your house. That means encouraging students in your house to take part in Social Media Challenges, sports competitions and other house-based events.

Vice-Captain election process

The vice-captain must be an MYP student. The primary role of the vice-captain is to collaborate with the captain and help out with all the aforementioned responsibilities.

  1. Candidates will present themselves to the elected captains in an after-school meeting.
  2. They must explain to the captain why they are the best person for the role.
  3. The captain will select his/her vice-captain.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Student Council at kis-student-council@edu.kis.ac.th (or email me at stsaloni@edu.kis.ac.th).

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