The St John’s Student Leadership program promotes servant leadership based on the Gospel values of service and stewardship. Students are elected to Leadership Positions by their Peers and the College Staff.

The Leadership structure comprises of College Captains, House Captains and Portfolio Captains in the areas of Communication, Creativity, Environment, Innovation, Ministry and Sport. Homeroom Representatives are nominated each year to assist the House Captains in their leadership.

Our Lasallian and Presentation traditions inform our model of Student leadership. Our Student leaders look to the founders of the College for inspiration as they develop their leadership skills through formal leadership formation programs and mentoring from senior staff throughout the school year.



Words from our 2019 College Captains

The opportunity to take on the role as College Captain for 2019 proves to be an amazing opportunity. This position enables me to pursue my aspirations for St John’s Regional College, that is, to instil a sense of Lasallian pride into our community. One of our greatest assets at this school, is cultural diversity. My duty, alongside fellow leaders, staff and students, is to further enhance this aspect of St John’s to create relationships greater than that of others. The bonds we share with people in this community have already been established, thus rendering my intentions to be simple, to be one of the many who make who make this school what it is – a light unto others as we unite in faith. Together, we strive to reach for the stars.

Svetlana Brillantes, College Captain (2019)

My role at St John’s Regional College encompasses regularly addressing the college, participating and assisting in organising school events such as MAD day, support other leaders and members of the college and uphold qualities of St John’s. Being a College Captain is adhering to school rules but it’s also caring for the students and their wellbeing. My goals for this year are to garner a sense of community in the college and generate a louder and more profound student voice. So far this year we have achieved to generate more collaboration with students during Harmony Day and successful fundraising activities for MAD Day, but we are persistent in achieving more in the future.

Dylan Morris, College Captain (2019)

<pMahatma Gandhi once said “An eye for eye only ends up making the whole world blind”. These words have stood out for me throughout my time at St John’s because it reflects how through all those hard times that I had to face, either due to bullying or alienation by others. I always had an urge to do the same in return to those people but what I didn’t realise at the time is that only the strong have the ability to forgive someone. At St John’s, I have learned to serve as a leader and continue to constantly better myself and self improve throughout my journey. Thank you St John’s, for making me into the successful person I am today.

Ishmeet Singh, College Vice Captain (2019)


2019 College Leaders


College Captains

Dylan Morris

Svetlana Brillantes


College Vice Captains

Mikko Manuel

Ishmeet Singh


Subject Captains

Communication Captains

Carl-Elizandro Cruz and Anna Ly

Creativity Captains

Neve Biggin and Ace Mehegan

Environment Captains

May Gray and Caitlyn Morros

Innovation Captains

Ayush Singh and Vivian Dao

Sport Captain

Brandon Denis and Pearlin Augustin


Subject Leaders


Dilania Benevides


Carl-Elizandro Cruz and Anna Ly


Neve Biggin and Ace Mehegan


May Gray and Caitlyn Morros


Ayush Singh and Vivian Dao


Brandon Denis and Pearlin Augustin


House Leaders


Shania Donovan and Tiamara Aledo


Michael Almeida and Lucy Doherty


Stephanie Mandalis and Miguel Cuevas


Alek Garang and Gianmarco Hernandez


Stefanie Pentogenis and Kassandra Verma


Monica Opiew and Tahlia Vella