Moreton Bay's student leaders for 2022

Posted: 9am 03 Apr 2022

Term one of the 2022 school year is done and dusted, with students across the Moreton Bay Region settling into their routines, despite a disrupted start.

We take a look at the student leaders providing inspiration for their peers.

Albany Creek State High School

Leaders Aemilia Halas, Krishan Goundar, Georgia Browne and Moseley Jansen.

Australian Christian College

The Caboolture school will be lead by house captains, faith and service captains, school captains and event services and management captains. 

House captains

Dorothy Sawyer (Green), Lillee Sexton (Red), Ethan John Preston (Yellow), Harrison Wolter (Red), Mikaylah Wolter (Yellow), Alexis Jutila-Kern (Blue), Mana Ierome (Red, not pictured).

Faith and Service Captains

Phoebe Tavares and Sui Vaaia-Andrews (not pictured).

School Captains

Vice captains Tiara Stokes and Alvin Abhilash, captains Matthew Clarke and Matilda Sawyer and vice captain Tayjah Wicks.

Event Services and Management Captains

Ryan Hardwick and Chloe Forster.

Bray Park State High School

Aureliana Valentine, school captain; Emmanuel Dimailig, school captain; Hannah Makings, student council president; Elizabeth Bennett, school captain; and Bevan Garnett, school captain.

Bribie Island State High School

SRC president Amy Chung, school captain Lucy O’Connor, school vice captain Oscar Jones and SRC vice president Lucy Kelsall.

Caboolture State High School 

The school has elected junior and senior captains to lead its students this year.

Junior captains

Peije-Lee (Junior Secondary Vice-Captain); Dan Thy (Junior Secondary Captain); Ace (Junior Secondary Captain) and Chance (Junior Secondary Vice-Captain).

Senior captains

Gabriella (School Vice-Captain); Brock (School Vice-Captain); Allan (School Captain); Georgia (School Captain) and Kaleb (School Vice-Captain).

Dakabin State School

Xavier Fungalei, Abby Meehan, Elliott Korn and Mark Bertus (absent) are leading the way guided by principal Michael Drake.

Ferny Grove State High School 

The leaders for the year are school captains Chiara Sansome and John Gill and vice captains Jasmine Peters and Oscar Ratcliff.

Jinibara State School, Narangba

Zara Lindley-Jones, Kischanda French, Arthur King and Beau Wyatt are leading the students, along with principal Leisa Wood.

Moreton Downs State School 

The student leaders for 2022 are Mina, Katelyn, Maddie and Rayne.

Mount Mee State School 

Leaders Sebastian, Teressa, Patrick, Gabrielle, Ryder and Rory.

Murrumba Downs Living Faith Lutheran Primary School 

Leaders Eric, Raninderjit, Batrima and Eliza.

North Lakes State College 

Year 6 student leaders Aisha Zaman, Eva Alzghayar, Mia Powell and Bethani-Rose Buda.

Southern Cross Catholic College

Bronte Parker, Kyle O’Donohue, Georgia Britton, Angus Browning, Dylan Fuller, Madeline McIntyre ,Eden Hoolahan, Ryan Miotti, Jake McCallum, Nicole Quigg, Abigail Beddoe, Harris Gardiner, Meagan Bauze and Mitchell Vaughan (absent).

St Columban’s College, Caboolture 

Senior college vice captain Haleyanna David Fili, senior college captains Oscar Torrens and Leah Pather and senior college vice captain Luke Louw.

St Paul’s Lutheran Primary School and Kindergarten, Caboolture

Chelsea Mead, Shinaya Timaloa, Sidney Drever and Cameron Karle.

Strathpine West State School 

Student leaders Hunter Schonefeld, Scarlett Schmidt, Poppy Smart and Elijah Mateaki.

Undurba State School, Murrumba Downs

The leaders for the year are Misha (vice captain), Scott (school captain), Afia (school captain) and Levi (vice captain).

Woodford P-10 State School 

The leaders for 2022 are Joshua Strange, Sasha Morris and Emma Isdale, pictured with principal Ronnie Hill.

Read more local school news here.



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