Student leadership – in all its forms – shapes our positive College culture. At Charles Campbell College, we strive to provide all students with opportunities to develop their leadership qualities, promote ideas and actions, and collaborate with others to enhance College life.
Three pillars define student involvement at Charles Campbell College: Student Leadership, Student Voice and Student Life.
Each year the College appoints student Year Level Representatives, Year 12 Captains and Year 11 Vice Captains to partner College leadership in identifying directions for the College.
Student leaders have the opportunity to influence teaching and learning, facilities development and the partnerships we establish across the College and within our community. Student leaders meet regularly as a group to discuss their vision for the future and to plan and reflect on the goals they set to achieve this.
Applications for Year Level Representative or Year 11 Vice-Captain and Year 12 Captain are available from each Assistant Principal.
Students at Charles Campbell College are encouraged to identify opportunities that will make a difference to life – within the College and to our local and global community. As an active change agent, students are able to form Action Groups (based on the International Association for Public Participation’s model of engagement) to identify and enrol others in leading change. Action Group submissions are accepted from individuals or groups throughout the year.
Applications to establish an Action Group are available at Student Services.
Charles Campbell College embraces the diversity of passions, skills and talents of students through the opportunity to establish or join a Club or Society. Lead by students and mentored by teachers, these lunch-time or after-school experiences enhance our learning program and create a sense of place and belonging within the College and to our local and global community.
Club/Society Captains and Vice-Captains meet regularly as a group to discuss their vision for the future and to plan and reflect on the goals they set to achieve this.
Applications to establish a Club or Society are available at Student Services or from each Assistant Principal.