The Associated Student Body (ASB) is the governing body for the students at Rancho Cotate High School. The ASB sponsors dances and other activities at the school. The following are the offices represented:
. President
. Junior Rep
. Vice President
. Treasurer
. Secretary
. School Board Rep
. Senior Rep
. Sophomore Rep
. Freshman Rep
. Athletics
. Publicity
. Entertainment
. Issues
. Clubs/Internal Coordinator
. Elections
. Spirit & Rally
. Adviser

ASB stickers will be sold throughout the year for $35.00. With an ASB card, students receive free admission and/or discounted prices to dances, games and other activities throughout the year.

In order to be eligible to participate in extra-curricular activities a student must be in school for a minimum of four periods the day of the activity. If the activity is scheduled for a holiday or weekend, the student must be in school for a minimum of four periods on the last day of required attendance prior to the event.

It is not enough for a student to just come to school and go home at the end of the day, without being involved in extra-curricular activities and/or as a volunteer in the community, or on campus. Involvement in extra-curricular activities assists students in their total development. Colleges, universities, vocational institutions; and employers are searching for well-rounded students for their respective organizations. Join a club or athletic team, or become a member of the Associated Student Body (ASB), or become a community volunteer and make a difference. BECOME INVOLVED!!

The following is a list of some of the clubs and organizations:
. Band
. Christian Club
. CSF (California Scholarship Federation)
. Dance Club
. FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
. French Club
. Freshman Class
. Friday Night Live
. Journalism/Newspaper
. Junior Class
. Media Club
. NHS (National Honor Society)
. NFL Club (Debate)
. Scrapbooking Club
. Science Club
. Sophomore Class
. Senior Class
. Yearbook

Casual dances are for Rancho Cotate students only. All students must show a valid student ID card upon entering any dance. Rancho students may invite a guest to the Homecoming Dance, Turnabout Dance and the Prom. A guest pass must be completed and approved one week prior to the dance. Guests may not be attending middle school and must be under 21 years of age. Freshman and sophomore students may only attend the prom as a guest of a junior or senior.The following behavior guidelines apply at all dances:
. No one is admitted after the door close deadline.
. No one may leave the campus and then return to the dance.
. All school rules apply, including appropriate dress and conduct.
. Students not in good standing will not be admitted.

Students must be considered in "good standing" in order to attend any student body activities such as dances and games. Suspension at the time of the activity, detention not served by deadline, book fines and monies owing to the school all mean the student is not in good standing.RALLIES AND ASSEMBLIESRallies and assemblies will be held throughout the school year to promote school spirit and pride. Students are expected to enter and exit the gymnasium in an orderly fashion and behave appropriately. Students are to sit in their assigned areas..