Leadership in our modern age requires great strength and courage; strength to be the person each of us is called to be. We aspire to be true to the values of Christ and to our own family values, to have courage to stand up and challenge mediocrity and to speak out against injustice.

Central to the idea of leadership is the concept of service within the school and the wider community. The Student Leadership structure at St John Paul College encourages all students to undertake steps within the Student Award Scheme to enable them to access leadership roles within the College. The flavour of leadership varies from school to school. At St John Paul College, we define leaders as individuals who can influence those around them to be better people, better students and more committed members of our community.

College Captains and Vice Captains

All students wishing to hold a leadership position must have maintained a level 6 or be on level 7.

Student Representative Council

All students wishing to become a member of the SRC must have maintain a level 4 or 5 throughout the calendar year.

House Captains

The House Captains work closely with the Student Leadership Team and Student Representative Council.


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Captains Vice-Captains

Student Representative Council

Year 8 

Year 9

Year 10

Year 11

Year 12

Robbie Haig

Ollie Jones

Matthew Killey

Matilda Newton

Noah Gennat

Ava Kooyman

Laila McLaughlin

Gabriel Wark

Makaylah Beatty

Hamish Moore

Georgia Pierce

Louis White

Riley Andrews

Rylan Jones

Koko Nichols

Flynn Oates

Taj Hosking

Yasmin Murphy

House Captains


Riley Andrews

Jesse Crick

Mikaela Flick

Riley Carniato

Charlize Morrison

William Nulty

Darcy O'Rorke

Cooper Marle

Tulli Scott

Archie Wright

Stephanie Rose

Bryce Wallace

Payton Lawler

Max Hicks

Paige Dunn

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"I am the Way, the Truth and the Life"  (John 14:6)

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