Student Advisory Council


  • 4 pm
  • 3rd Tuesday of the month
  • City Hall
    555 S Washington Avenue
    Titusville, FL 32796


Length of Term: One Year (August through April)

Student Council Members (2023/2024)

  • Addison Flake, Astronaut High School (AHS), Senior
  • Edie Pringle, Academic Community Enrichment (ACE), Senior
  • Richie Dobbs, Titusville High School (THS), Senior
  • Callie Cerrato, (AHS), Junior
  • Julia Moon, (ACE), Junior
  • Victoria Hillery, (THS), Junior
  •  VACANT (AHS), Sophomore
  •  London Hopping  (ACE), Sophomore
  • Cadyn Fiebig, (THS), Sophomore
  • Christa Sims (AHS), Freshman
  • Christina Sims, (ACE), Freshman
  • Simon Williams (THS), Freshman

School Advisors

  • Kathleen Rios (THS)
  • Morgan Smith (AHS)
  • Julie Pringle (ACE)

City Staff Liaison

  • Emily Campbell

Contact Information

Post Office Box 2806
Titusville, FL 32781-2806

Phone: 321-567-3775


The Student Advisory Council (SAC) is: 1 council, 3 schools, 12 members = High School teens improving Titusville’s community.

Mission Statement

To encourage involvement of young people in community affairs and create an awareness of their rights and responsibilities as citizens of Titusville.

Membership Criteria

The Student Advisory Council was created by a Resolution of the Titusville City Council in 1993. This council consists of twelve (12) students: four appointed from AHS, four from THS, and four appointed from the ACE. Their term of office is for the period of the school year, which can be extended throughout the summer months if required.


The members prioritize two to four "youth-related" issues and possible solutions, which are presented annually to City Council in April. These issues serve as the springboard for student work projects for the incoming Council in the next school year.



The Student Advisory Council, better known as SAC, was based on an idea enthusiastically championed by former Titusville Mayor Larry Bartley. Enacted by a Resolution of Titusville’s City Council in 1993, the mission of the SAC is to encourage the involvement of young people in community affairs and create an awareness of their rights and responsibilities as citizens of Titusville.


Annually, the Council develops two to four ideas and initiatives that they will focus on accomplishing during their term of office. At the conclusion of each year, they provide an annual report to Titusville City Council on their activities.

Composition & Meetings

The Council is comprised of 12 students from Astronaut and Titusville High Schools and the Academic Community Enrichment, Inc. (Association). Each school is represented on the Council by a student from each grade level. They meet at least monthly at City Hall, or more often if warranted by the projects they undertake.

Past Activities

Since the creation of the Student Advisory Council, members have translated their mission statement into positive action. Throughout our community are the visible results of their drive and focus such as the traffic signal at U.S. Highway Number 1 and South Terrier Trail in front of Titusville High School. This was a multi-year project initiated by SAC, requiring interfacing with government entities of all levels (city, county, and state) and required the SAC to display a great deal of tenacity as succeeding Councils’ continued the eight-year project to its successful conclusion. The traffic signal turn lane at SR 405 and Park Avenue was also a project initially identified as a community need by the SAC. The safety and responsibility of Titusville’s teens have been a recurring theme of multiple Councils, resulting in an award-winning video of the consequences of making false bomb threats, a video on the tragic consequences of underage drinking and driving, action in support of legislative initiatives that address teenage alcohol consumption, and implementation of an .

Entertainment venues for their peers have also been a recurring endeavor of SAC. Over the years, the members have partnered with government, community, and private entities to form coalitions which ultimately resulted in the creation of two teen centers and a skateboard park. Their experience in partnering also translated to other successful opportunities offered to high school students including leadership seminars, shadowing of municipal government positions, and learning the intricacies of how government works through participation in mock city council meetings.