• Leadership

Student Leadership

At Ambrose Treacy College, through our Leadership pillar students are committed to justice and peace for all, grounded in a spirituality of action and reflection that calls for justice and solidarity with those who are marginalised.

“The will of God be done in this and in everything we undertake.” Edmund
Edmund was a person of leadership who lead through actions that demonstrated a respect for self and others. In our community our leadership is characterised by…
 Presence: Be present to people and God (love).
 Respect: Respect yourself and those you journey with.
 Courage: Lead by courageous example.

An Ambrose Treacy Gentleman is a courageous leader of action who is present and respectful.

Student Leadership Structure

The Junior School Student Council
Home Rooms vote for three students to be members of the Student Council. An additional student from each Home Room will also be voted to be on the Student Council during Term 3. The Student Council is led by the Year 6 Head of Year and The Head of Junior School.

Year 7 Student Council
Home Rooms vote for one student to be a member of the Student Council. An additional student from each Home Room will also be voted for to be on the Student Council during Term 3. The year 7 Student Council is led by the Head of Year.

Year 8 Student Council
Home Rooms vote for a student to be a member of the Student Council. An additional student from each Home Room will also be voted for to be on the Student Council during Term 3. The Year 8 Student Council is led the Head of Year.

Year 9 Student Council
Home Rooms vote for a student to be a member of the Student Council. An additional student from each Home Room will also be voted for to be on the Student Council during Term 3. The Year 9 Student Council is led the Head of Year.

House Council
Home Rooms vote for a student to be a member of the Student Council. An additional student from each Home Room will also be voted for to be on the Student Council during Term 3.Home Rooms vote for students to be their Leaders and House Leaders to be a member of the House Council.

College Captain, College Vice Captains, House Captains, House Vice Captains, Cultural Music Captains and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leaders
Every student is a leader within our community and is called to be a ‘Sign of Faith’ that to lead in word and action.
The College has one College Captain with two College Vice Captains, four House Captains with eight House Vice Captains, three Cultural Music Captains and two Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leaders to lead by example and demonstrate a commitment to their learning, leadership and service.