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.

2021 College Leaders

College Captains Maria Hinen Faith & Mission Captains Tiana Amoretti
Aiden Cachart Kent Mijares
Aquila Captain Alessandra Di Cosmo Columba Captain Shantelle D’Silva
Cecilia Lay Adau Matiok
Delphinus Captain Aaron Li
Leonis Captain Andrea Heldt
Nicole Sikora Samaria Samuel
Monoceros Captain Rita Kazona Phoenix Captain Jessica Edwards
Fleur Babao Chloe Spalding


Words from our 2020 College Captains

I would like to thank all the teachers, staff and students for getting me through the years of my St John’s life. I thank all those who believed in me to be there collage captain and hope to live up to the expectations of both my peers and the Lasallian brothers and sister of both past and present. Let’s all reach for the starts together this year in 2020.

Christopher Jorrisen, College Captain (2020)

I would to thank everyone who gave me the opportunity  to become your school college captain for 2020.
I promise to uphold and honour our school, As Lasallian brothers and sisters we follow the way of the lord.
This year we reach for the stars as one, many hands build a house and together we make one happy school.

Aker Mawith, College Captain (2020)

Thank you to everyone for all the support over the past year in regard to the position of vice college captain. I’m grateful for the opportunity to lead the school and Year 12’s in 2020. I can’t wait to share my ideas and plans with you in hopes of making this year a great one!

Chester Finau, College Vice Captain (2020)

Thank you to everybody who have shown support over the past year.
I’m so grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the leadership community in leading the college in 2020 and be given the chance to share my ideas as well as yours. I can’t wait to begin my role as the vice-captain of St John’s in 2020 and I hope to make it one of the best, not only for the year 12s, but for everyone across all year levels. I am hoping to get to know a lot of you this year.

Johanna Pastias, College Vice Captain (2020)

Student Representative Council Rationale

Why have an SRC?

‘The role of the SRC is to be the voice of the students, find out what students think, help make the school a better place for everyone, have an impact on decision-making in the school, including on teaching and learning and student behaviour.’ (SRC)

SRC Model

There is a single Student Representative Council (SRC), made up of the College Captains, College Faith & Mission Captains and students drawn from the six House Forums. The SRC then meets regularly as one team, makes decisions, and organises activities. The House Forum can meet alternately in whole sessions and in working groups.

House Forum Structure

A forum is a place, situation, or group in which people exchange ideas and discuss issues, especially important public issues. … In ancient Roman towns, the forum was a square where people met to discuss business and political matters.

Possible discussion points would be:

  • Student Safety
  • House activities such as Sports Days, MAD Day initiatives, House Assemblies
  • Problems or concerns that students have and which need to be discussed by the Student Representative Council. (An example of this is the discussion and proposal regarding winter uniform and shorts for girls doing PE).
  • Letters and requests from various organisations.
  • Any fundraising that is seen as important to the school to be completed at a House level.
  • Organising and running end of term activities such as discos and videos

Student representative Council

SRC each meeting would be made up of 2 X College Captains, 2 X College Faith & Mission Captains, 2 X House Captains & 1 X House Representative (rotation basis) from each House.

College Captains, College Faith & Mission Captains would be elected from year 12, House Captains will be elected from year 12 and House Representatives from years 7-12 (at least one person from each year level across the 7 Homerooms).

Possible discussion points would be:

  • Recommendations to College Leadership team
  • Student Feedback to College Board
  • Consensus is required on a whole school student initiative
  • Uniform Recommendations to College Leadership Team / Board / Parents
  • Use of Whole school student surveys to capture student voice
  • Student Safety