By the time girls reach Middle School, they’re often starting to display those innate qualities that are so integral to great leadership. So it’s no surprise that students in these years of schooling play important roles in our school leadership community.
Student leaders at St Dominic’s are given more than a badge. They’re given opportunities to support and guide other girls, to actively contribute to our college community and to help foster a culture and community spirit that’s made more fulfilling with their leadership.
Student Representative Council (SRC)
Every class elects two Student Representatives who help to create a supportive learning environment for their teachers and classmates. As students get older, these roles become more involved. In Years 5-12, SRC representatives are responsible for generating enthusiasm and positivity for our college and in their Home Class, while also involving themselves in community outreach events.