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1. Yes, in the US we have all kinds of student activities both in high school and college, and even some in middle school. We have what we call a student union (may also have other names) and usually a student president, vice president, secretary, and maybe other members depending on the size of the student body.|
However, I'm not sure the terms "regulate studies and daily lives of the class members" are the right terms to use for US student activities. Most student committees kind of represent the students at the school to the school staff and may also arrange for out-of-class activities. "Studying" is pretty much left up to the student, very few if anyone else gets involved in that, you take responsibility for doing your own school work/studying.
But the biggest activities are the clubs, all sorts of them, e.g. The French Club, Chess Club, Debate Team, Robotics Club, Yearbook, etc., etc., etc., etc. There are probably at least 2 or 3 activities going on each day. In a week you could have 50 or more things besides class going on depending on the size of the school.
And then you have sports; I probably don't have enough years left in me to describe this one.