At our College we foster a culture that encourages and promotes young people to discover their leadership potential and develop the skills to become the change they want to be. Formal and informal leadership opportunities are offered to students from Years 7 to Year 12.
Student Leadership enables students to gain valuable leadership experience, grow in confidence, become responsible citizens and positive role models for others within the College and wider community. Salesian College Student Leaders are called to be active participants in, and share the responsibility for, the life of the College.
As part of a leadership team, each individual is challenged to:
Leadership at the College is built on the development of strong and respectful relationships between people. Being a leader means being authentic and striving to be positive and genuine in all we do.
It requires us to be present in the lives of others and to strive to be good role models always. Being a role model is not a trivial exercise;
it means striving always to do, and to be, one’s best; volunteering when others don’t and speaking up for someone or something important, when
perhaps it’s easier not to. It means noticing those alone or in need and reaching out in some way.
Being a Salesian leader is a genuine commitment to service and compassion, to helping and inspiring others to grow and to bringing peace and hope in the lives of others.
The Student Leaders are a representative group of students from the total student population and is led by the two College Captains. Each campus
has two Campus Captains, 16 House Captains and 16 Student Action Teams Leaders (SAT). SAT areas are: