If it's a group of 20-30 students who stay together administratively, but split up for certain subjects, a loosely comparable AE term might be 'homeroom.'
But a homeroom class really has nothing in common except the taking of attendance during first period; they would not have a representative, or any emotional connection, and would certainly not stay the same from one year to the next.
An elected office in some US schools is the class president, and the second in line would be the class vice president. But that would be 'class' in the sense of Jahrgang. Maybe you could adapt that for a smaller group by saying 'classroom president / vice president'?
I'm afraid this is just one of those cultural-difference areas that may require an explanatory footnote.
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