Student Leaders

St George's offers an extensive array of opportunities that allow students to cultivate their leadership skills and contribute to the school community.

From serving as a member of the Student Guild to mentoring younger students, becoming a student representative on the School Council or becoming an Anglicare Ambassador, there are numerous ways for students to take on leadership roles and make a difference. 

These opportunities provide students with valuable experience in teamwork, communication, problem-solving and decision-making, as well as the chance to make a positive impact on the school and even the wider community. 

St George's commitment to fostering leadership skills and community involvement ensures that every student has the opportunity to reach their full potential and become a responsible, engaged citizen. 

You must be imaginative, strong-hearted. You must try things that may not work, and you must not let anyone define your limits because of where you come from. Your only limit is your soul.
— Valedictory Speech

Student Guild - Captains and Prefects

The Student Guild is made up of a number of captains who are supported by a team of prefects. Prefects do not sit on the Student Guild but are recognised as leaders within the school and assist the Student Guild in supporting the needs of students in the roles they have been allocated.

2024 Student Guild
School Captains - Isla Andrews and Linus Miller
House Captains - Gandhi: Azeva Sukadis; Lincoln: Sadie Tibbitts; Mandela: William Moesker
Academic Captain - Hamish Monk
Chapel Captain - Alicia Gregory
Community and Service Captain - Audrey Hunt
Performance Captain - William Corcoran
Prefect roles
Art Prefect - Emily Muir
Drama Prefect - Jessica Bakes
Library Prefect - David Kang
Music Prefect - Kelsey Goss
Sports Prefect - William Owen
School Prefects - Alex Hassan and Hannah Seymour