This week we meet the school captains of Pennant Hills High School whose motto is Nil nisi bonum (Nothing but the best).
Read their Q and A below.
What is unique about your school?
Lucie Bertoldo: Relationships between students and relationship with teachers is special.
Mikaila Sparkes: Wide range of talent within the school and the way it is encouraged.
Joshua Cooper: Integration, activity and opportunity.
Alasdair Belling: Connection with the surrounding community and the people within the local area.
What do you want to do when you leave school?
Lucie Bertoldo: Journalist and work with a fashion magazine.
Mikaila Sparkes: Medical sciences — maybe chemistry.
Joshua Cooper: Study geo science.
Alasdair Belling: Play in any type of professional band/group or study journalism.
Why do you think being a school leader is important?
Lucie Bertoldo: Being a role model to younger students is important.
Mikaila Sparkes: Being the voice of the people and encourage others to persue their ideas.
Joshua Cooper: You get to create the opportunities for the next generation.
Alasdair Belling: Because you get to serve others.
If you were the principal what would like to introduce?
Lucie Bertoldo: Build an adult sized playground.
Mikaila Sparkes: Paint the school multi-colours.
Joshua Cooper: Compulsory for every student to ride their bikes to school.
Alasdair Belling: Give out junk food coupons each week.