The Student Representative Council (SRC) is a group of peer elected members from all year groups who represent the views of the student body. The SRC facilitates leadership at STHS and provides meaningful leadership opportunities for students.
Structure of the SRC
The STHS Student Representative Council consists of students from Years 7-12 who are voted by their peers to represent them on the council. Years 7-10 have five members, Year 11 has ten members and Year 12 consists of 12 members including four senior prefects, a vice captain and the school captain.
SRC at STHS
Elected representatives from each school year group participate in the democratic process, discover leadership, engage their peers in finding a voice, become more tolerant and cooperative members of society and develop a sense of responsibility, pride and loyalty to their school.
As well as being a voice for the student body the SRC at STHS organise, coordinate and participate in a variety of leadership activities throughout the year. These include a joint dance with St George girls, and SRC week includes a teacher versus student debate, talent quest, pizza day and fashion parade. We are a White Ribbon Day School, support RUOK? Day and Wear it Purple which acknowledges student gender diversity.
We would like to pay our respects and acknowledge the Kameygal and Bediagal People, the traditional custodians of the land on which the school sits. We also pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.
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