ASB-Associated Student Body

ASB Mission

 The Associated Student Body (ASB) of Compton High School provides an opportunity for students to practice democratic leadership.  ASB provides an opportunity for students to practice democratic leadership in practical school situations.  Students learn how to collaborate with school staff, teachers, and faculty to organizing and overseeing school operations which include assemblies, spirit rallies, dances, student elections, meetings, social and recreational events, athletic events, and more. All students are encouraged to participate and be involved with this highly visible group on campus. The ASB Student Leadership serves Compton High School by voicing and addressing student opinions and needs, upholding the Tarbabe ASB Constitution, overseeing the expenditures of student funds, raising funds through various student activities, supporting and recognizing campus clubs and organizations, and sponsoring many school-wide programs and events. The primary goals of ASB is to create a memorable experience for all students on campus, to promote Tarbabe Unity, Pride, Leadership and SPIRIT as well as to grow as student leaders of the future. ASB actively works to ensure that student activities and campus life are alive and well organized.

Tarbabe Events

Today: 1/19/18

ASB Officers

Nathan Galvez

ASB President

Ernesto Perez

ASB Vice-President

Isabel Gonzalez

ASB Treasurer


America Covarrubiz

ASB Secretary

Natalie Munoz

ASB Historian

Brianna Jaramillo

Senior Class President

Jasmine Pompa

Senior Class Vice-President

Christopher Urrea

Commissioner of Athletics

Karla Garcia

Commissioner of Activities/Clubs


Lesly Sanabria

Commissioner of Public Relations


Junior Class President


Sophomore Class President


Freshman Class Presiden