Captains, Vice Captains and student voice representatives become
involved in the democratic process, discover leadership, engage their peers in
finding a voice become more tolerant and co-operative members of society, developing a sense of respect, achievement and belonging to their school.
As well as representing the student body, the Captains represent the whole school, its values, its good name and honour. College Captains are leaders, independent and reliable. They are able to inspire others; they enjoy the confidence and respect of students and teachers.
The voting process for electing College Captains for the Guthridge Campus is as follows:
Voting is by ballot. First and second candidates will be declared first representative and deputy representative.
To find more information about Student Leadership at Sale College, download the Student Leadership Framework Document.
Student Voice Representatives at the Macalister Campus meet together over recess to discuss students issues and possible future events.
To be eligible for the position of Macalister College Captain, applicants must be able to demonstrate & sustain:
1.Nominations for College Captain must be endorsed by a student and staff member.
2.Endorsed nominees then write a letter of application
3.Interviews and short listing held with Principal and Vice Principal
4.Candidates present a speech at a Campus assembly
5.Voting takes place
Voting is by ballot. First and second candidates will be declared College Captains and Vice Captains. New College Captains and Vice Captains will receive their Badges at Awards Day.
In an exciting development for Year Seven, students from each class were given the opportunity to apply for the position of Student Leader. Each grade elected one student, which will result in significant involvement as a leader in many areas and events.
A coveted position within the Leadership Team will require dedication and a fierce drive from elected students to develop their leadership skills. Congratulations to the following students for being elected by their peers: