School president

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School President (also known as Student Government President or Student Body President) is a common position in student governments in any schools, such as elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, colleges, etc. Having school presidents is a systematic way in which leaders in the school receive ideas from fellow students and make decisions, often for the purpose of improving the school systems. Often they are elected by peers. Normally, the position is held for one school year, and normally only the highest grade of students are eligible to run.