This week we chat with the school leaders at Marian College, Kenthurst. The school's motto is: "Walk with Christ."
1. What is unique about you school?
Anastasia Boulus, C: We are very well-rounded.
The school provides us with ample opportunities in sport, creative arts and academic endeavors.
We actually excel in those areas within the Parramatta diocese.
Anthony Lovett, C: We are very good with sportsmanship.
Not only with sports but we have a good attitude across the board.
I'm quite proud that we have a friendly attitude.
2. What do you want to do when you leave school?
Anastasia Boulus, C: Im interested in doing a double degree.
A bachelor of commerce majoring in marketing and a bachelor of psychological science, or a bachelor of art majoring in psychology; so essentially marketing and psychology.
Anthony Lovett, C: At the moment it's a complete question mark.
My ideas at the moment are teaching, working in film, or journalism
3. Why do you think being a school leader is important?
Anastasia Boulus, C: Lots of different reasons.
You're able to give back to your community, you can make a difference by using your enthusiasm and passion, and we can use our position to influence others for positive benefits.
Anthony Lovett, C: To give you confidence in yourself.
It gives you a lot of room to develop skills that you will use later on in life.
4. If you were the principal what would you introduce?
Anastasia Boulus, C: New furniture in the senior common room and a pool!
Anthony Lovett, C: More mufti days; they are a lot of fun.
Have themed days to raise money for charities and organisations.