Mount Alexander College has a range of leadership opportunities for students to have an active voice and enhance their leadership capabilities within the school community and beyond. The opportunities include leadership roles, scholarships and student engagement programs. Students are at the centre of everything that happens at the school, including in leadership.
Student Leadership Team
There are four houses with four mentor groups in each house. Two students are nominated and elected from each of the mentor groups to form the Student Leadership Team. This team provides a voice for student to discuss issues. The Student Leadership Team assists with house and school-wide activities. The team includes school captains, house captains and student mentor leaders.
The school captains, elected by the student body, are student members on the School Council with voting rights in all decisions made by the council. School Captains report to the Student Leadership Team on decisions and issues affecting students, participate in assemblies and represent the school at local and regional events.
Each school house has two house captains. House Captains and Student Mentor Leaders are responsible for organising and motivating house members to get involved with house activities.
Student Mentor Leaders
Two students are elected from each mentor group as Student Mentor Leaders. They support the house captains and are supported by their Mentor Teacher.
ICT student mentors are chosen and trained to support the student computer technology usage.