St. Peter’s College. Student Leadership

Introducing our 2018 College Captains

2018 Tahlia Coates 2

Tahlia Coates, Sports Captian, Cranbourne Campus

When did you start your studies at St. Peter’s College?

I started at St. Peter’s College in 2013 at Year 7.

Tell us about your family?

My family consists of my dad, mum and brother.

Tell us about your other interests?

Outside of school I play and train for netball most days. On the odd occasion I will spend my downtime with my friends either shopping or seeing a movie.

Year 12 Studies:

My current Year 12 studies are Business Management, Physical Education, Health & Human Development, English and Ethics.

Have you already completed any of your VCE Studies prior to this year?

Yes, In year 11, I completed my second year of Sport & Recreation.

College Annual Theme

but what I do have, I give to you

What does this mean to you?

The phrase “but what I do have, I give to you” means to me allowing and supporting other students to have the support and a back bone they need, just like I have at the College

How will you live this statement throughout the year in your role?

I will live this statement through my role by giving opportunities to students who may be to afraid to stand out in the crowd.

What are your goals for 2018?

For yourself in your role?

For my self in the role of Sports Captain I want to have full participation and encourage other students to step outside their comfort zone and give everything a go.

For yourself as a Year 12 student?

As a Year 12 student my goals are to work hard and hopefully be rewarded with a good Atar Score and that it will reflect my hard work.


Personally, I want to make myself proud. I want to always be happy and strive to be my best.

What would you like your legacy to be for St. Peter’s College?

To create an environment that allows other students to feel safe and be given the opportunity to learn and participate.

What are you immediate life ambitions and aspirations once you complete your studies at St. Peter’s College?

After Year 12 I want to take a few years to work and hopefully travel. I don’t really have a plan after that but I will see where life takes me.

What are your long-term life ambitions and aspirations?

In the long term run, I want to be happy with life, have a good stable job, a happy family. I want to live a healthy life and live up to my full potential.

In one sentence what would you like to say to your fellow students about your Pride in your College?

Don’t be afraid of working hard because in the end of the day your results will show how hard you’ve worked.