Student Representative Council (SRC)


The College has a structured student leadership program across Year 7 through to 12. Team work, community involvement, problem solving and public speaking are embedded to all leadership programs at the College and aim to equip students with desirable characteristics to allow them to thrive in a modern society.


Student Representative Council

The Student Representative Council (SRC) is a dynamic and enthusiastic body of students selected from Years 7-12 that represent and lead their respective year level cohorts. Two students from each year level are appointed to the Council each year that participate in a range of leadership activities and events such as fundraising, supporting awareness campaigns and improving College life.

Each year, two College Captains and two Vice-Captains represent their peers and facilitate the Student Representative Council. These are students that have demonstrated exceptional leadership of their peers throughout the time at the College and have demonstrated a mature attitude toward all aspects of College life.

The council meet weekly to plan events, organise activities and discuss key issues.

Selection process

To join the Council, students need to complete a detailed key selection criteria form and, if selected, are invited to sit an interview in front of a panel consisting of the current College Principal, Student Voice and Leadership Coordinator, one Year 12 College Captain and a relevant head of sub-school.