Student leadership revolves around the "three R's":
- being a role model,
- taking responsibility and
- building relationships.
Student leadership positions include:
- Senior (all year 12 students take on the responsibility of leadership)
- Student Councillor (every SDP class in the school has 2 representatives)
- TIP leaders (the inter year program partners year 12 students with every year 7 and 8 SDP class for activities and support)
- Prefects (House leaders, Service leaders, Cultural leaders, Academic leaders, Environmental leaders & Welfare leaders)
- Captains & Vice Captains
Every year two school captains, two vice-captains and a group of prefects are nominated by students in their year level and teachers. This is followed by an interview process. The prefects under the leadership of the captains and vice-captains lead the student body.
2021 School Captains: Api Naisarani and Yentl Palm
2021 Vice Captains: Sean O'Brien and Naomi Tucker
2021 Senior Leaders: Thomas Bae (House Leader), Feba Baji (Cultural Leader), Isabelle Carnes (Academic Leader), Aala Cheema (Service Leader), Jessica Devenish (Welfare Leader), Schyler Domingo (House Leader), Harmony Ellis (Welfare Leader), Jack Gawith-Wayling (Cultural Leader), Ann George (Cultural Leader), Vicky Hartono (Welfare Leader), Stefan Herholdt (Cultural Leader), Sang Huynh (House Leader), Trinity Jones (Environmental Leader), Ashton Krams-Green (Environmental Leader), Vanessa Limans (Welfare Leader), Alexis McAllister (House Leader), Venkat Prabhakar (House Leader), Ayesh Ratnayake (Academic Leader), Tirth Shah (Welfare Leader), Maya Siwek (House Leader), Miran Sourjah (House Leader), Alex Stachelek (Academic Leader), Andrea Tang (Cultural Leader), Phillip Theron (Service Leader), Sophie Walsh (Environmental Leader), Eric Wang (Academic Leader), Nadine Weber (Welfare Leader), Erin Weir (Service Leader)
Each year two student councillors per Student Development Program (SDP) class are elected to form the student council. In order for their nomination to be accepted, nominees must demonstrate that they:
- support school policies
- co-operate with teachers
- would like to represent their SDP class
- have been involved and have shown an interest in school activities
- participate in a productive and mature way in meetings
- have good communication skills to seek ideas, speak up at meetings and report back to their SDP class
- will attend all student council meetings.
The school captains chair the student council. The meeting is usually conducted with year level groups by the prefects.
The school captains report back on the various year level issues to the Principal, and together they decide on appropriate actions to be taken. At times the Principal reports back to the whole council.