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Student Leaders

NOOSA CHRISTIAN COLLEGE

College Captains

Our College Captains are appointed according to their ability to;

 

  1. Provide the highest level of responsible student leadership in the College
  2. Represent the College at public commemoration events such as ANZAC Day
  3. Be the student leaders of the SRC
  4. Assist the school administration with events such as Open Days, Registration and Awards Night/Day.
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2022 College Captains

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2022 SPORT CAPTAINS

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2022 STUDENT CHAPLAINS

YEARS 9 TO 12 'SALT' STUDENT CHAPLAINS

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Years 5 to 8 'SURGE' STUDENT CHAPLAINS

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STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL

Each year Noosa Christian College appoints a Student Representative Council (SRC) for each of our Secondary and Primary student bodies. The purpose of these groups is to meet each month with a staff supervisor to address student concerns, and to co-ordinate fundraising for facilities and resources that benefit the whole school.

Secondary SRC for 2022 are:

Year 12: Jarah Breen, Jack Tickner and Faith Pink
Year 11: Innocent Sibanda
Year 10: Jake Alford
Year 9: Liam Virgo
Year 8-1: Winter Young | Year 8-2: Solomon Tucker
Year 7-1: Elijah Kross | Year 7-2: Will Macrae

Primary SRC for 2022 are:

Indiana Pink, Zac Monroe Waddell, Ethan Hytch, Maya Packer, Eloah Scale, Elijah Steel, Abbey Harding, Temujin Crompton, Freya Larter, Grayson Chambers

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2022 PRIMARY STUDENT CHAPLAINS

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Apply for Admission

2022 applications are now open

The College is a co-educational day school currently catering for students in Kindergarten to Year 12. The College is open to students regardless of their religious affiliation, ethnic background, gender or national origin.

Noosa Christian College acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land on which we gather and we pay our respect to local Indigenous Elders and leaders past, present and emerging, and recognise the strength, resilience and capacity of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.