Each week the Hills News highlights our student leaders.
This week we meet the captains of Baulkham Hills North Public School
The school's motto is: "Learn to live".
1. What is unique about your school?
Captain Ryan Graham: The teachers. They help us learn and educate us.
Captain Imogen Smith: We run a bunch of activities that other schools dont do. We also have a drumming group.
Vice captain Christopher Teo: We have fun and enjoyable classmates and the staff take good care of us.
2. What do you want to do when you leave school?
Captain Ryan Graham: I'd like to get a job - maybe as a builder.
Captain Imogen Smith: I want to have a career in performing arts.
Vice captain Christopher Teo: I want to have a career in medicine. Maybe a doctor. I want to follow in my brothers footsteps.
3. Why do you think being a school leader is important?
Captain Ryan Graham: So you can help people when they're in need.
Captain Imogen Smith: It's important because some students dont want to listen to teachers but they will listen to someone their own age.
Vice captain Christopher Teo: I think its important because we are role model for other students.
4. If you were the principal what would you like to introduce?
Captain Ryan Graham: I'd make school only 1 day per week instead of 5.
Captain Imogen Smith: More sport and performing arts and no homework.
Vice captain Christopher Teo: I'd have massage chairs at our desks.