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Student Leadership

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​​Student Lead​ership - what does this mean?​

​The Caboolture State High School Leadership Program is designed to develop the leadership skills and potential of students in junior secondary and the senior school.

This program provides student leadership within the school and the greater community, as well as assuming an active, supportive role in promoting and developing the school PRIDE values and vision Making the difference today… for tomorrow.​​

Students wishing to nominate for the Triple S Leaders (Seniors Supporting Sevens​) or a Junior Student Leadership position, please download the form below, or collect a form from the Year Coordinators Room.

Triple S and Year 9 2022 - Nomination Form and Selection Criteria 2021.pdf

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Role Desc​riptions – Year 9 and 10 Leaders

Year 1​0

Triple S Leaders:  Seniors Supporting Sevens

  • To model the PRIDE values of the school by being an active and positive role model.
  • To uphold Caboolture State High School's Student Code of Conduct, which encompasses adherence to dress code and behaviour expectations.
  • To represent the school at appropriate events.
  • To perform responsibly in the academic, sporting and cultural activities of the school.
  • To develop a rapport with students of all levels and work in a co-operative manner with staff of Caboolture State High School.
  • Work closely with the Grade 7 Cohort
  • Attend lunchtime meetings and leadership training.

Yea​​r 9

Junior Secondary Leaders

Junior Secondary Captains and Vice-Captains

  • Conduct Junior Secondary assemblies.
  • Engage in public speaking events.
  • Meet and thank visitors to the school.
  • Represent the school at events.
  • Organise and host junior school student forums.
  • Write newsletter articles.
  • Attend student council meetings.  Report news back to student body on assembly.
  • Participate in projects and fundraising opportunities.

Junior House Captains

  • Help organise and run lunchtime activities for students in Years 7 to 9.
  • Help senior house leaders organise carnivals and motivate junior school students.
  • Represent the school at events.
  • Attend junior school student forums.
  • Write newsletter articles.
  • Participate in projects and fundraising opportunities.

Junior Secondary Forum Chair

  • Work with Student council and organise Leadership Forums.
  • Attend Student Council meetings and reports on the junior school.

Junior Indigenous Leader

  • Deliver the Welcome to or Acknowledgement of Country at Junior Secondary Parades.
  • Participate & promote cultural activities & programs held throughout the year.
  • Meet and thank visitors to the school.
  • Represent the school at events.
  • Participate in junior school student forums.
  • Write newsletter articles.
  • Attend student council meetings.  
  • Identify as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.

Junior Inclusion Leader

  • Work with the Senior Inclusion Leader to liaise with groups within the school to support their needs.
  • Work with the Senior Inclusion Leader to organise lunchtime events.
  • Represent the school at events.
  • Attend student leadership forums.

​The Caboolture State High School Leadership Program is designed to develop the leadership skills and potential of students in junior secondary and the senior school

Senior Leadership Roles

To nominate for the 2022  Student Leadership Team, please download the form below.

Student Leadership 2022 - Nomination Form and Selection Criteria.pdf

Year​​ ​​​​​​1​​2​

School and Vic​​​e Captains  

  • To model the PRIDE values of the school by being an active and positive role model.
  • To uphold Caboolture State High School's Responsible Behaviour Plan for Students, which encompasses adherence to uniform and behaviour expectations.
  • To represent the school at appropriate events, including school and community-based events.
  • To host official visitors to the school.
  • To speak as a representative of Caboolture State High School on official and informal occasions.
  • To perform responsibly in the academic, sporting and cultural activities of the school.
  • To be sensitive to the needs and opinions of the student body and to develop a rapport with students of all levels.
  • To work in a co-operative manner with staff of Caboolture State High School.
  • To run school assemblies
  • To display initiative as a leader for the benefit of students, the school and the community and where necessary, organise and direct students. School vice-captains will support the leadership demonstrated by their school captains.

House Captains and House Leaders

  • Help organise and run lunchtime activities for students in Years 7 to 9.
  • Help organise carnivals and motivate students to participate.
  • Represent the school at events.
  • Attend school student forums.
  • Write newsletter articles.
  • Participate in projects, fundraising opportunities and awareness days​

Arts Captains

Drama Captain, Music Captain, Instrumental Music Captain, Dance Captain, Dance Mentor, Visual Art Captain

  • To model the values, beliefs and ethos of the school by being an active role model.
  • To uphold and be seen to uphold all of the rules of Caboolture High School.
  • To represent the school at all appropriate events including Open Day, Subject Information Evenings, Year Level Assemblies, Arts nights, Musicals, and extra-curricular activities for your subject area.
  • To be a host on the occasion of official visitors to the school.
  • To speak as a representative of Caboolture High on official and informal occasions.
  • To perform responsibly in the academic, sporting and cultural activities of the school.
  • To be sensitive to the needs and opinions of the student body and to develop a rapport with students of all levels.
  • To display initiative as a leader for the benefit of students, the school and the community, and, where necessary, organise and direct students.
  • To work in a cooperative manner with teachers and staff of Caboolture High.
  • To show pride in Caboolture High School by strict adherence to uniform, behaviour and speech. 

Rural Captain

  • To model the PRIDE values of the school by being an active and positive role model.
  • To uphold Caboolture State High School's Responsible Behaviour Plan for Students, which encompasses adherence to uniform and behaviour expectations.
  • To represent the school at appropriate events, including primary school visits, shows or community events.
  • To support students and staff in the preparation for shows.
  • To perform responsibly in the academic, sporting and cultural activities of the school.
  • To develop a rapport with students of all levels and work in a co-operative manner with staff of Caboolture State High School.
  • To display initiative as a leader for the benefit of students, the school and the community and where necessary, organise and direct students. ​

Senior Inclusion Leader

  • To model the PRIDE values of the school by being an active and positive role model.
  • To uphold Caboolture State High School's Responsible Behaviour Plan for Students, which encompasses adherence to uniform and behaviour expectations.
  • To represent the school at appropriate events, including primary school visits.
  • To perform responsibly in the academic, sporting and cultural activities of the school.
  • To display initiative as a leader for the benefit of students, the school and the community and where necessary, organise and direct students.
  • Work with the Junior Inclusion Leader to liaise with groups within the school to support their needs; help new students with their transition to school.


Yea​r​​ ​​11

St​​​udent ​Co​uncil 

Pr​esident:

  • Call Student Council meetings as required
  • Coordinate and Organise Leadership Forums.
  • Keep Junior Forum Chair informed of meetings
  • Preside over and maintain order at all Student Council meetings
  • Provide an excellent role model for all students
  • Secure and maintain cooperation and good relations amongst all Student Council members
  • Have the enthusiasm and competence to provide the impetus required to lead and to maintain interest in the Student Council

Vice-​President:

  • Assume all presidential duties in event of the President's absence
  • Perform all tasks delegated by the President or Student Council
  • Assist with Presidential tasks where necessary
  • Provide an excellent role model for all students
  • Encourage cooperation and good relations amongst all Student Council members

Secre​​tary:

  • Record and maintain the minutes of all Student Council Meetings
  • Receive and send all student Council correspondence
  • Encourage cooperation and good relations amongst all Student Council members
  • Promote the activities of the Student Council

Trea​​surer:

  • Maintain the financial records of the Student Council
  • Prepare and control the Student Council budget
  • Coordinate the fund raising of the Student Council
  • Encourage cooperation and good relations amongst all Student Council members

Role of Committ​​ee Chairperson:

  • Establish and form their respective committees by inviting suitable students to participate
  • Chair all meetings of their respective committees and perform all tasks associated with their committees
  • Report on decisions and activities of their respective committees to the Student Council

Student We​lfare and Committee Chair:

  • To familiarise themselves and become aware of the welfare needs of students in the school
  • To work towards the improvement of the welfare of all students in the school
  • To organise events and activities which promote the welfare of all students in the school

Activities a​nd Sports Committee Chair:

  • To promote school sporting events and student involvement in sport
  • To assist in the organisation and running of school sporting events where required
  • To organise and facilitate inter-house and year-level sporting competitions including lunch time sport where appropriate 

Communit​y Support Committee Chair

  • To develop and promote a good, positive and supportive relationship with the local community
  • To familiarise themselves and become aware of the needs of the general community
  • To encourage student support and involvement in community service

Enviro​​nment Committee Chair:

  • To work towards the improvement of the school and world environment in a variety of ways
  • To lead working bees, where necessary, to improve and maintain the school environment


​2021 School Leaders

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School Captain
Makayla Hammermeister

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School Captain
Angel Berame

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Vice Captain
Karl Thompson

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Vice Captain
Guadalupe Gonzales

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Inclusion Leader
Julianne Verba

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Indigenous Leader
Kelia Richardson

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​Agricultural Captain
Ayesha Dei Rossi

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​Agricultural Captain
Lydia Craik

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Dance Captain
Caitlyn Wyeth 

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​Dance Mentor
Charlize Stimson

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Art Captain
Kaitlyn Swan

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Drama Captain
Tiya Capelli

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​Music Captain
Stephen Meechan

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Instrumental Music Captain
Courtney Richards

House Leaders


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Fraser Captain
Eloise Peeler

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Fraser Captain
Liana Bridge

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Fraser Leader
Izabella Shipley
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Bribie Captain
Emma Smtih
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​Bribie Captain
Tammy Van Der Hout

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​Moreton Captain
Elliot Bow
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Moreton Captain
Ethan Eru​
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    Stradbroke Captain
    Grace Giampino
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    Stradbroke Captain
    Alice Law
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    2021 Student Council

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    President
    Allan Smith
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    Vice-President
    Brock Stumer
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    Secretary

    Gabriella Gonzales
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    Treasurer

    Liam Wakely
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    ​​Student Welfare Committee Leader
    Georgia Cochran

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    Community Support Committee Leader
    Tyler Malone​

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    Sports and Activities Committee Leader
    Katelyn Ellwood
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    Environment Committee Leader
    Kaleb Rabius

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    Last reviewed 14 September 2021
    Last updated 14 September 2021