Our College Captains & Vice Captains epitomise the values and hopes of the College and are able to empathise with all year levels.
They act as intermediaries between the student body and the College administration and they assist the members of our College community in discovering and living out the values that our College upholds.
College leadership strives to assist in realising among the students a strong sense of social justice, social commitment and support of social and spiritual needs.
Prefects are Year 12 students who have a valuable role in our College in assisting the Captains carry out their dutiesof the in upholding the values of, and promoting, a caring College community.
They acknowledge the importance of service to the College, the promotion of a strong sense of social justice and social commitment.
They help in communication between students and the College staff and students and the College leaders.
The House Captains organise, encourage and support the students as they compete in the swimming, althletics and cross country carnivals. The House Captains are Year 12 students elected by their peers and staff members. House Vice-Captains are Year 11 students elected by their peers and staff members.
There are four sporting houses that have a splendid tradition at the college. Click here for more information…..
An SRC is a group of students in the school elected by their fellow students within their year, to represent their year level. The SRC organise ways for students to participate in school life. The Marian Catholic College SRC is focused on improving students learning environment whilst maintaining a Catholic vision for the school. The SRC fundraises for a number of charities throughout the school year, and gives the school body an opportunity to raise awareness of important issues.
Our SRC works democratically to represent the student body in school decision-making. Students work together, with help from a staff member, to improve school life and to contribute students’ ideas.
Students should be active citizens of the school community and have their ideas and opinions routinely sought and respected.
Making real decisions
Students from Year 7 to Year 12 are encouraged to contribute to and participate in decision-making in their school.
Opportunities for participation and leadership must be inclusive of gender, special needs, cultural background and socio-economic status.
Students will be prepared for and supported in their leadership and decision-making roles through all aspects of the curriculum, in classroom, whole school and out-of-school activities.
The skills, values, knowledge and attitudes that students learn from participation in school life are vital to their future role as citizens of a democratic society.
Peer Support Leaders
Peer Support Leaders are Year 11 students who have committed themselves to specifically assist and mentor students in their first year of secondary school. They do this through things such as workshops and bonding days.
They encourage the younger students to be self reliant and optimistic and to value their place in our college community.