Members of the Student Representative Council are self-nominated or nominated by their peers.

The Student Representative Council is formed as follows:

  • 6-10 members are chosen from each of Years 7 to 10
  • 2 members are chosen from International , EALD or multicultural students
  • 2 members are chosen from Indigenous Students
  • 2 members are chosen from Special Needs Units

From these students, a Year 9 and a Year 10 student are chosen to act as Student Representatives on the School Board. The Student Representative Council elects an Executive of President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer.

The functions of the Student Representative Council are varied and include:

  • representing the school on behalf of the student community
  • providing leadership by exploring current issues and interests within the student body
  • organising and leading student action initiatives across the school and within the network
  • organising student involvement in school charity work
  • organising school socials
  • representing student views to staff, Principal and School Board
  • assisting in running school assemblies
  • providing exemplary behaviour and leadership for the student body.