List of the new board members and their respective teen courts

Youth Advisory Board Contacts

The Board of Directors for the California Association of Youth Courts is pleased to welcome the Youth Advisory Board Members for the coming year. The Board wishes to thank all the applicants who are contributing so much to their local youth courts and invite them to serve on committees when contacted by the new Advisory Board members.



Download Application for Student Advisory Board Member 2017 here!

Centerforce Youth Court based in Oakland

Youth attorney and clerk. Besides the typical expectations of youth attorney, both prosecuting and defending, I suggest a “sentence” for the first time offending youth.

Brentwood School in Los Angeles

Founded the Teen Court program at my own high school, created a video program designed to educate teen offenders and building a Teen Court curriculum.

Bullard High school Youth Court in Fresno

A a jury member of Youth Court, member of Best Buddies club,

El Rancho Teen Court in Pico Rivera

Co-President El Rancho Teen Court, attempting to expand the Teen Court program to the middle schools in our district.

Chair of the California Association of Youth Courts Student Advisory Board

Teen Court President for RUHS, received an award from Los Angeles City Councilmen Paul Koretz for my dedication to the SHADES program.

Jurupa Unified School District's Youth Court

Court interpreter and juror, founder of WE Volunteer Club.

Jurupa Unified Youth Court

Senior at Patriot High School, involved in various clubs such as National Honors Society, California Scholarship Federation, AP Club, Astronomy Club, Physics Club, Game Lab, and AVID Club

Petaluma High School

An active member of the Marin County Youth Court since my sophomore year, both as a teen juror and advocate.


Support the formation of new Youth Courts and provide resources to existing Youth Courts in pursuit of programs and activities that boost self-esteem and self-improvement attitudes among youth in their respective communities. Promote activities and services that attract a healthy attitude toward authority and the benefits of law abiding citizenship and civic engagement.