2022 Student Leadership Announcement

Today I share with you the exciting news surrounding the announcement of our School Leaders for 2022.

Before doing so I would like to acknowledge the outstanding contribution of our 2021 School Leaders. Leadership is most sought and noticed in times of adversity. The COVID-19 pandemic has asked much of everyone but especially our student leaders. They have demonstrated passion, creativity and commitment to care for and reach out to others, particularly our student community. They have been the servant leaders that we asked and challenged them to be. I thank each and every leader for their authentic commitment in serving the needs of our community.

I wish to also thank and congratulate those who participated in our recent Yr 11 Leadership Program. Our College motto, ‘Be Not Afraid’, encourages students to move outside their comfort zone and strive for excellence in all that they undertake. In participating you have recognised the value and importance of student leadership and student voice. It sends a strong message to the rest of the College community. For that I wish to offer my thanks.

In our leadership training day, I challenged those applying for student leadership positions to, through your actions, Inspire, Influence and Impact. I have every confidence these leaders will achieve just that.

Congratulations to our College Executive for 2022

  Clyde North Campus Cranbourne Campus
College Captain – Female Gia Donaire Giovanna Lorenzin
College Captain – Male Dominic Rode Johnny Tavana
Liturgy Captain Bridget Mascurine Madelynne D’Alberto
Social Justice Captain Melissa Lingaya Jorja Roscoe
Arts Captain Diya Vnod Cha Jewel
Environment Captain Thomas Sabelino Alyssa Holmes-Smith
Sports Captain – Female Deliza Mant Breanna Caples
Sports Captain – Male Hashan Collurage Matthew Ludlow

Our College Student Leaders of 2022, from this point on, are called upon to:

  • Demonstrate a commitment to serve our college community at every opportunity
  • Display a commitment to be an effective team player
  • Make a commitment to leave the college in a better place than you found it
  • Possess a passion to develop student voice
  • To be that positive influence on those that you meet

I congratulate our Student College Executive of 2022.

Chris Black, Principal