Our student leaders: Castle Hill High School

This week we meet the school captains of Castle Hill High School whose motto is 'Truth is Strength'.

We have a chat:

What is unique about your school?

James Werner: The level of opportunity comparable [or better] than private schools.

Jacqueline Nguyen: We had a teachers flash mob at our school that made the news in Melbourne.

Haytham Shokry:  Student involvement and the welfare teacher.

Jacqueline Rhodes: Teachers go out of their way by offering early and late tutoring.

What do you want to do when you leave school?

James Werner: Journalism.

Jacqueline Nguyen: Law or event management.

Haytham Shokry: Be an orthodontist.

Jacqueline Rhodes: I have applied to the Navy Officers training program.

Why do you think being a school leader is important?

James Werner: Good way to get involved with the community.

Jacqueline Nguyen: It's important to be a good role model and inspire younger students.

Haytham Shokry: You represent the community and show what we [Castle Hill High School] are all about.

Jacqueline Rhodes: Being a representative to teaches and staff and act as an ambassador.

If you were the principal what would like to introduce?

James Werner: Build a private transport system internally and provide a student car park.

Jacqueline Nguyen: Student cafe run by the students maybe as a part of hospitality or volunteers.

Haythan Shokry: Executive Segways.

Jacqueline Rhodes: Chair lift to Castle Towers.

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