Two representatives from our Year 12 Family Group Leaders share their thoughts on what inspired them and what they hope to achieve as a leader.
What made you want to become school captain?
For me, like many, becoming a School Captain comes with a back story, filled with dreams, ambitions and goals. I want to make those around me proud, such as my family, teachers and my peers. I want to give back to a community that has given me so much.
My dream is to be a Captain that demonstrates the important qualities of leadership, teamwork and communication. To help students interact and socialise, so they can build relationships and learn and create new things – put simply to be part of a growing SFC community.
To inspire the younger grades into becoming leaders themselves and to represent the College by leading by example and showing all students and staff respect, kindness, patience and empathy. To be an amazing role model and try to make the school an even better place than it already is.
As a school captain I believe you should serve as a leader and a positive role model. To do this I would like to create a supportive and inclusive environment where everyone feels valued. I would like to improve the school experience for all students by advocating for their needs. Additionally, I would like to help look after the school environment and work on keeping the school running in a sustainable way by following our Franciscan values.