Student leadership

Students are encouraged to develop, nurture and foster their leadership skills through service in the class, school and town community. There are a number of initiatives which invite students to develop their skills:

  • The Student Representative Council is formed each year with a number of designated committees created to develop actions within the student body.
  • Students are invited to participate in the School Board Student Learning and Wellbeing Committee in the construction and review of school policies to ensure a student voice is incorporated.
  • Students at Year 12 participate in the Learning Assistance Program (LAP) as a means of exercising their leadership in the school community.
  • Justice actions are developed through committees and through class actions during the Caritas Australia Project Compassion Campaign and the Advent Challenge
  • Students participate and represent the College at community youth events and in meeting local civic and religious functions.