Our Current Leaders

We develop student leaders at Clairvaux MacKillop College.
 
We are committed to nurturing and developing young leaders.
 

We recognise that our students are capable of dynamic, passionate and service inspired leadership. Leading by example, giving back to the College and wider community and serving others are the expectations of leaders in all grades. ​

At Clairvaux MacK​illop College we believe that students in all year levels have an integral role to play in the leadership and future direction of the College. 

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House Representative Positions (Years Seven to Eleven)

In Years Seven to Eleven two House Representative Positions are available per House:

Aspinall House

1 female leader in each year

1 male leader in each year level

Campbell House

1 female leader in each year

1 male leade​r in each year level

Chisholm House

1 female leader in each year

1 male leader in each year level

MacKillop House

1 female leader in each year

1 male leader in each year level

Rice House

1 female leader in each year

1 male leader in each year level

Surawski House

1 female leader in each year                                           

1 male leader in each year level                                                     

 

Students who are appointed as House Representatives also support a Service Team in the College. The Service Teams include: Arts and Culture, Social Justice and Engagement, Sport and Leisure, Student Representative Council, Student Voice and Traditions and Celebrations.

In Year Seven the application and voting process for leadership takes place in Term Two to allow students time to transition smoothly into secondary school.

​The Student Leadership Team

In Year Eleven all students attend a Leadership Camp. The camp provides myriad opportunities for students to learn and demonstrate leadership skills; listen to and learn from the wisdom of other inspiring leaders; contemplate the kind of leader each student wants to become; and build spirit and identity as a year level.

Following the Leadership Camp students can apply to be part of the Student Leadership Team. This is the team of twenty-six Year 12 leaders who work with the younger House Representatives to lead the College.

We wish all our Student Leaders the very best for an exciting and challenging 2018.