Keep High Point Beautiful Youth Council

KHPB Youth Council

We are now taking applications for the Keep High Point Beautiful Youth Council

The Keep High Point Beautiful Youth Council serves as an opportunity for high school students to voice their ideas on how we can improve High Point through beautification while protecting the environment. Youth Council members have the chance to learn more about the specific environmental challenges that we face in the Piedmont area and gain firsthand experience and knowledge of ways that we can improve our community.

The application can be found here

Important!  The deadline for Youth Council applications has been extended to March 13!

For more information please email

Youth Council Group Photo

Participation in the Youth Council will include:

  • Attending five (5) Keep High Point Beautiful Board meetings a year. These are held at the Piedmont Environmental Center in High Point at 4:00 p.m., every other month, on the third Monday of that month. (Non-voting position)
  • Attending and helping prepare for the two large city-wide annual litter cleanup events, the Great American Cleanup in the spring and the High Point Big Sweep in the fall.
  • Helping with outreach to peer groups in High Point.
  • Assisting with Litter Indexing of city roadways.
  • Assisting with additional efforts and programs as they arise.

Congratulations to Lakin Stevens on her acceptance to the National Keep America Beautiful Youth Council !    

Keep High Point Beautiful Youth Council Current Members are: 

  • Mary Gilpin, The North Carolina Leadership Academy
  • Layla Lukas, High Point Central High School
  • Lakin Stevens, High Point Central High School

Our current youth council began service in January 2018

       These students were the inaugural             KHPB Youth Council !

Keep America Beautiful Logo

Students who participate will have the opportunity to apply for the National Keep American Beautiful Youth Council!