Each week the Hills News highlights the student leaders in our local schools.
This week, we meet the senior captains of Tara Anglican School for Girls which has the motto: "There is no better place for girls".
1. What is unique about your school?
Dani El-Rassi: Tara is unique in the way that every student is offered so many opportunities across the board. The staff - student relationship is also unique.
Angelica Kamperos: The staff. Each and every staff member is there for us. They really do care and go out of their way to make sure we can be the best we can be.
2. What do you want to do when you leave school?
Dani El-Rassi: I'm not sure yet. I am in interested in law and business. I definitely want to continue studying.
Angelica Kamperos: I'm thinking of heading down the science path. Maybe a double degree with architecture or civil.
3. Why do you think being a school leader is important?
Dani El-Rassi: It gives us the opportunity to develop our communications skills with people of all ages.
Angelica Kamperos: To do you duty of giving back to the school. Its a great way to show out appreciation to the school.
4. If you were the principal what would you like to introduce?
Dani El-Rassi: There is nothing that stands out to me that needs changing.
Angelica Kamperos: A morning radio program organised by the students which runs through the OA system.