2024 Candidates for SGA.

Seniors will elect four officers. Underclassmen — you will asked to vote for two representatives your grade. Please take a few moments to consider their statement before you vote on your class representatives.

Senior Class Candidates

McInzy Allo

Hello everyone! My name is McInzy Allo and I’m running for student government. Throughout the years I have moved around, attending many different schools, and that’s given me a unique perspective on what works and what doesn’t work in schools. I’ve seen firsthand how other schools do things, so I have many creative and fun ideas for our schools that I have seen work well in the past. My goal is to make sure that this last year for future seniors is one to remember and enjoy.

What qualities do I have? Well, I was junior cheer captain for the football and basketball season last year! I wasn’t the only captain, so I had the senior captains to look up to. But having this experience showed me not only what it is like to be a leader but what qualities you need to have to be a leader. Being captain motivated me to be someone that others should be able to look up to but also someone who should be able to inspire others in a better way.

I also really value teamwork. I love working with others when it comes to school work, planning, or even just putting ideas together! I believe this is a super important quality for SGA because you work with a team. In the past, I have also been a part of clubs like BSU, chess, and robotics so from watching how others work I have applied those skills to my own life.

I hope you all will give me a chance to put my ideas in motion and provide an amazing senior year!

Savannah Bryant

Hello! I’m Savannah Bryant and I’m asking for your vote to be a 2023-2024 SGA Representative. Beyond SGA, I’ve been part of our school clubs, served as an FCA leader, been a member of NHS, Beta, and Mu-Alpha-Theta, taken leadership and management courses through multiple prestigious universities, and have been on the cheer squad since 6th grade. I also am a member of Cobb County 4-H, an active member in my church, and an active student-athlete. These activities have taught me leadership, communication, and team-building skills that I can apply when representing my class members within SGA.

Last year as Junior class Rep, my team and I improved our communication by making a Group Me to share information on dances and events. We also used GroupMe to improve class involvement and took feedback for events. A survey monkey was sent out to collect song suggestions and we added them to the song list. This year, I’d hope to improve our communications so you know what the theme is for the game, when the school movie night is, when the next 5-dollar jeans day will be, what time the Kona ice truck is coming, and have easy access to any other information you might need.

It would be an honor to serve as a representative for the fourth year in a row. Everyone in our grade deserves to have a voice, and this year I hope to provide that for everyone. With your vote, I could represent you for this 2023-2024 school year and I promise to do my very best to make this year amazing with fun activities and input from my class. Thank you for taking the time to read this and I hope you have a blessed day!

Vote Savannah for Senior Rep!!

Cayden Daetwyler

Hi, I am Cayden Daetwyler and I will be a part of the graduating class of 2024. I would be so delighted and honored to be nominated for SGA president. I have great visions for our God-Centered school and desire for this school to grow as one that is student-orientated. As’ student president I would love to plan exciting events for our students. As you may have seen in the past years, student activities seem to be less exciting and don’t seem to reach the potential these events have. I imagine more exciting school dances, homecoming weeks, cultural awareness months/days, and teacher appreciation weeks, just to list a few.

I’ve heard numerous complaints from our student body stating that our school dances are not very exciting/appealing. I plan to make these dances memorable. These are the golden years; to be a teenager should be a era that is exciting and filled with joyful memories, I want to aid the student body through the years that are known to be golden.

As all of us have noticed, there seems to be a lack of student events in our school. I want our school to be one that has student’s art on each wall, student’s creative writing pinned to the hallway’s corkboards. Our student body consists of much talent and skill. I wish for this school to acknowledge and uplift these talents in a Godly way. God has gifted each one of us with talents, and they should be used.

I have a lot of plans and visions for our school but doesn’t just end there. I know that I will execute these goals I see for our school. This school is a community, not a lot of schools can say this about themselves. I want to build on this influential and valuable foundation and make it a school where our student’s stand-out.

I’m Cayden Daetwyler and I would be honored to serve as our school’s Student Body President.

Mallory Long

My name is Mallory Long, and I am a junior at Dominion Christian High School. I have been attending this school for the past four years, and I am excited to be nominated for Student Government Association (SGA) for my upcoming senior year. As an active member of my school community, I believe that I can make a meaningful impact as an SGA representative.

I am a member of the National Honors Society, Beta Club, and Mu Alpha Theta, these clubs have given me the opportunity to develop leadership skills such as effective communication, problem-solving, and collaboration. Through these experiences, I have learned how to work with others toward a common goal, and I have developed a strong desire to serve my school community.

In addition to my involvement in school clubs, I also volunteer at my church with special needs students. This experience has taught me the importance of empathy and understanding, and it has strengthened my desire to help others. I want to bring this same level of care and attention to my role as an SGA representative.

Aside from my involvement in school clubs and volunteering, I am also a creative individual who enjoys coming up with new ideas. I believe that creativity can be a valuable asset in making positive changes in our school community. With this in mind, I am eager to share my ideas for new fundraisers and pep rallies as an SGA representative. For example, I have developed several unique fundraiser ideas, including a duct tape fundraiser where we sell strips of duct tape to students and nominate a facility or staff member to be duct taped to a wall. I also have a number of creative ideas for upcoming pep rallies that I believe will help to boost school spirit and engage students. My passion for event planning and fundraising, combined with my desire to serve my school community, make me an ideal candidate for SGA.

As someone who loves to organize, I believe that I can use this skill to help aid my school in growing by size and by opportunities. I have found that organizing brings me a sense of satisfaction and purpose, and I know that I can use this passion to help make a positive impact in my school community.

Thank you for considering my candidacy for SGA. I am excited about the opportunity to serve my school community, and I am committed to working hard to create a positive experience for my student body.

Abby McKinney

Hello fellow Dominion soon to be seniors. I know that you are just excited as I am for senior year…. And we’re almost there. Over the past two years, I have been involved with SGA and helped plan Homecoming, Retreat, and Spirit week. I’ve also assisted with open houses for new families and the book sale at the end of the year. All these events were great, but I want to expand these events and SGAs involvement in the school.

Some of the things I would love to see is more school spirit all around, more communication, and opportunities to come together as a student body. I want to help create a student community at dominion so that every student feels welcome. This could mean more opportunities for other student-led organizations to work together with student events or philanthropic causes. Or hearing from the student body about what they wish to see in their student government.

My promise to you: If I’m re-elected to SGA for next year, I will ensure that this will be the best year of your high school career and we will be one of the most memorable, fun-filled, action packed, senior classes in the history of Dominion Christian.

Deborah Obasusi

Greetings, to the faculty and the student body! I thank you in advance for the opportunity to represent the student body and be a voice to help the community in which we serve.

As a returning member of the Student Government Association , I come with, and will represent with a degree of experience that will help make Dominion a comfortable and welcoming place for everyone.

My primary goal is to make sure that every voice is heard and all students are treated equally, regardless of race, age, and ethnicity. We are all one and equal in the sight of God.

I have had community outreach experience with my church, medical voluntary work, and management services. I believe that the social skills I learned from that will help with the various events that we have lined up. I hope to represent the student body in this upcoming school year!

Junior Class Candidates

Kate Bonner
I would like to be considered as a candidate for the upcoming junior class officer position. It is my desire that the final two years that I am at Dominion are memorable and successful for all students. I would like to collaborate with both students and faculty to ensure a positive experience at Dominion Christian.

I have been a leader in the community and on sports teams. I would like to use my leadership attributes to represent my classmates and work with others to achieve goals. I already do this on the court, and I am confident that I can do this in the student government setting. One of my best attributes is that I am a good listener. I will take the concerns of others to the appropriate authority, and I will also bring ideas to the group. It is important to me that as a leader I make a positive difference in our school.

Sophia Jackson
As a student who has been at Dominion since middle school I have always looked up to the high schoolers involved in SGA. I admired their leadership and the way they showed Christ-like behavior. Throughout my middle school years I hoped that once I started high school I would try and run for officer but my desire had dissipated. This year though, I have found that speaking up for what I believe in an helping others was something I enjoyed. Now that I have found my voice, I want to use it to be a positive influence for my school and to continue to grow my leadership skills and set an example for the middle schoolers just as the examples were set for me.

I have noticed that I can never leave a job half way done or turn in work that isn’t my one hundred percent best. This also goes for my leadership skills. I will lever leave my “team” or “group” half way through our tasks, no matter what the reason may be. I will also never be half-hearted with my peers. I will always try to give all my effort and attention until the job is finished.

I feel that what I could contribute to my school and class by holding an SGA office is making sure the ideas of my classmates are heard. Being elected means I become a voice for my grade. I believe holding this comes with responsibility that I posses. I want to contribute new ideas to the school and help with fundraisers and projects that need doing. I’m really looking forward to representing my class next year if I get elected.

Jack Fuller
I desire to be a class officer for SGA, and I believe that I would do a very good job. I want to be a class officer because I am passionate about serving my school and making a positive impact. I am proud of my school and would like to serve in a leadership role.

I have several leadership characteristics that would help me be an SGA officer. I am a highly motivated person that works well with other people. I make sure to get my job done, and help others to do their best. I am a good listener and I will always listen to everyone’s ideas and consider them.

If I am elected, I will use my leadership characteristics to help SGA accomplish its goals and work with other officers to serve my school in a positive way. Holding an SGA office position would also be a great way to meet new friends and make new connections with people. If elected, I will work hard to serve the school and the students.

Lana Johnson
Hello, I am Lana Johnson. I have been at Dominion for 5 amazing years. Dominion Christian School has had a huge impact on my life. I have grown so much spiritually in my faith over the last 5 wonderful years. Everyone has made this place better in different ways. I am proud to have called this school my family. The faculty and staff have dedicated so much of their time so the student body can get a proper education. As a 2023-2024 Junior Representative, I can show friendship, leadership, and determination.

I have always loved volunteering and getting involved with the student body. I volunteer in the Children’s Church and coached Upward Basketball at my church. I like to volunteer for recreation at Roswell Street Baptist Church Vacation Bible School. I love to cheer up my friends when they are feeling sad. I always want to make new friends and learn more about them. As the years have gone by, I have quietly stepped out of my comfort zone. Teachers at Dominion show compassion and love towards the students. I am so grateful for everyone at Dominion. I love to show humor and make my peers laugh. This school is the best school for me.

As we head out of the 2022-2023 school year and going into the 2023-2024 school year, I want to express my wish for leadership, and I know that we have so much to accomplish in the next few years. God has used my talent for humor, leadership, and friendship for so many incredible things, and He will continue to do so. Proverbs 3:5-6. “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make straight your paths.” Romans 12:4-6, “For as in one body we have many members, and the members do not all have the same function, so we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another. Having gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us see them.” I feel like Romans 12:4-6 represents what SGA should be. ”Matthew 5:16 says,” Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” These verses have helped me so much in many ways.Thank you for letting me share with you! Thank you for letting me be a part of the nomination for the Student Government Association.

Tate Johnson
I believe that being a part of the student government will help me build leadership skills that I will be able to use all throughout my life. I believe I could have a positive impact if appointed to this position. I have many qualities that enable me to be fit for this position. I am used to having a leadership role. For example, I have been the captain of my basketball team here at dominion. I am also able to hold people accountable for their actions.

In conclusion, I want to be elected so I can show the school the abilities students possess for the betterment of the school. I am confident in my ability to do so and hopefully are the people who are voting. It would truly be an honor being able to serve my fellow classmates.

Broughton Kelly
As a 5-year student and 2-year SGA member, I am committed to the growth and improvement to Dominion and the student body. I would like to continue to promote school involvement and be the voice for the students. I believe that school is more than just academics, it is a time that we should all look back on fondly. We, as the student body, are a network that make the school atmosphere and these years memorable.

Over the past couple of years, the Student Government Association has been successful in fundraising, food drives, and organizing the school retreat, which was greatly missed by the students. SGA also helps prepare for events such as Homecoming and Prom.

I would be honored to continue to be the voice of the students.

Kira Pugh
Within my two years at Dominion Christian School, the Student Government Association has made a true impact on my high school experience. I love the Wednesday morning breakfast and felt welcomed by its officers as a new student. For any new students next year, I want to be a guide to help them find their way as well. Along with bringing possible new ideas and revealing different perspectives of our school and its needs.

Being an SGA officer requires commitment to the school and genuinely wanting to help improve in any way possible. Being a great listener of other’s needs and having the ability to see when there is a necessary change that benefits all students, whilst continuing to build upon the strengths that are already among us. I believe that I can add new ideas for student activities from different Homecoming Themes to helping a non-profit organization throughout weekends. As well as bring more ideas to increase participation in different fundraisers and donation drives.

The SGA offers a great opportunity for the student body to express itself, create new friendships through SGA activities, and have an input on changes made here at Dominion.This is in need of an officer who is willing to listen and stand strong in the beliefs of the school and especially the school body. Thank you for your consideration and I would love to be that officer for you and to help strengthen our school.

Hunter Shannon
Picture a school where students strive for success. Teachers pour into those that they care about, and the administration is one committed to the future generation. This is the vision that I have for Dominion Christian. We have the capacity to make a difference locally, nationally, and ultimately for eternity. Think of the most influential people to walk this earth. These individuals were not given extraordinary opportunities, but used what they had to further their passions. I believe that a zeal for the Kingdom of God found in each of the 250 students at Dominion could be a blazing fire of truth for the world to see. Are we as a school committed to this type of future, one where Jesus is praised as the King that He is? If we truly believe that Jesus is Lord, then why is there no action to exalt His holy name? Luke 19:40 says, ‘He answered, “I tell you, if these were silent, the very stones would cry out.”’ Is Christ not worthy of such praise? Every action we make in our lives should be informed by the longing to praise the Lord.

By this sentiment I desire to make a difference in this school. I plan to do this by expanding the chapel worship to something that students look forward to and actively participate in. I intend to help foster healthy relationships between teachers and students, and between students and their peers in and out of the classroom. I will strive to allow friendships to grow through events, and that growth will ultimately be to God’s glory.
Let’s make Dominion a place of safety for our students and exalt God through our education to ultimately make change in a dark world.

Drew Walker
Do you ever think about your life and think my school really needs to be doing more for me. Hello, my name is Drew Walker and I think that I should be part of the SGA program at Dominion Christian School. I am committed to making our school better for everyone. Things like this take hard work, and that is what I can bring to the table. If there is something that needs to be done, I will devote my efforts to it until it is complete to my liking. I am a very disciplined person and am very good at setting goals for myself and completing them. I have never been written up by any teacher for behavioral reasons because I choose to respect and honor those superior to me. I am super respectful to all adults that come my way and will always abide by their needs.

I have a ton of ideas on how we can improve life here at Dominion Christian School. When I saw that video made by SGA themed like The Office, I knew I had to be a part of their team because I am very creative and can hike with new ideas like that. People see me as a person who shows leadership and can guide people to do good things. SGA stands for student government and you need leaders in governments, which is why I would be a perfect fit for this program. You want someone that you can put your trust in to lead others with a good example and that is what I bring to our school. You wouldn’t want to miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to have someone like me on your SGA team.

Olivia White
Leadership is truly an important thing. Without it, no organization is able to move forward. That is why members of the Student Government Association play such a vital role in setting up the yearly events such as homecoming. They are responsible for organizing and bringing ideas together to create enjoyable events for the student body. I am eager to contribute to the Student Government Association. I feel that I show some of the necessary characteristics of a student government member.

I have always been an organized person whether it came to my closet or my elementary school desk. I think this is a valuable attribute for a member of SGA. Having the ability to work well with others is another indispensable trait for a member. I would be respectful of other members’ opinions and ideas. SGA membership would allow me to be involved in school activities and develop a better sense of community. Thank you for your consideration.

10th Grade Candidates

Isaac Bain
I’m Isaac Bain, and I was the representative for 9th grade this year. I really enjoyed the job and getting to make sure everyone’s voice was heard. It was not an easy job, but someone has to do it. I am running again this year so that I can make sure everyone’s voice is heard.

Everyone’s voices matter in our school, and it doesn’t matter if you are popular or not. We are in a great school that allows for equal opportunities for all of us to have our voices heard. I will make sure that the small and tall can all be heard and have a say in the decisions of The Student Government meetings.

In conclusion I believe I am a proper candidate to represent 9th grade due to my experience and mission to include everyone’s voices in our schools decisions. Thank you for electing me last year, it was a great opportunity for me. I would love to speak for the student body again this year.

Grayce Rowell
I would love to be your sophomore class representative for the upcoming school year. This past year I had the opportunity to represent our freshman class on the student government association. I have played a pivotal role in many activities our class participated in this past year like the high school retreat, spirit week, and volunteered at several school events. I have also served in a leadership position on the Varsity tennis team at Dominion the past two years.

If elected I promise to keep open communication with each of you, lead by example, and give back to our class and school. I want our class to be leaders and inspire others to achieve all of their goals while at Dominion. I feel like I have the leadership skills to guide each of us towards these goals. I have excellent communication skills. I’m kind, caring, and considerate of everyone’s feelings. I will show humility and admit when I am wrong and I show respect to my fellow classmates. I will continue to love God and to love others by serving on the student government association.


Alexa Vreken
I would be a great person to represent my class in SGA. I have been going to Dominion since 6th grade. So I have experienced more than others have at Dominion. I then know many of the teachers because I have had 4 years at Dominion.

Because I have been going to Dominion since 6th grade, I know everyone in my class. Knowing all those people in my grade will help me with deciding what is best for our class. I can listen to what everyone wants and then decide the best decision. I’m also involved in sports and other activities at school, so I can relate to many other people in my grade.