The captains and vice captains for 2022 have been named for Mulwaree High School.
Captains Molly de Cseuz and Trent Jeffrey were both delighted when they were elected, just like vice captains Ethan Linton and Georgia Cockburn.
The four first had to nominate themselves and write a few paragraphs about what they would bring to the prefect body and why they wanted to be a part of the team.
It then went to a school vote and when the results came through, the prefect body were given the opportunity to go for captain.
The last step was to give a speech on why they wanted to be a captain.
Molly applied for the role because she "looked up to the captains of the past".
"I've always wanted to make a difference for the school that has granted me with amazing opportunities that led to me further enhancing my leadership skills.
"I've always wanted to make a difference and being granted school captain means I have the ability to be an advocate for the school.
"With the collaboration of the rest of the prefect body and my fellow captains, I hope to encourage more sustainable practices around the school to ensure that our school is, and will remain, a positive environment for the current and future students to learn and enjoy our school in."
Molly, who wants to get into the field of journalism, said she learnt a lot from the previous captains.
"They were all such fantastic role models to myself and other peers," she said.
"They always stood up for what they believed in and were entirely inclusive and accepting of everyone."
Trent applied for the role after being encouraged by people that believed in him and those he respected.
"I was keen to continue growing on the leadership skills I have gained through the years in numerous roles mainly as captains of sporting teams," he said.
"I have admired my seniors and teachers going through high school and wanted to be able to have the same impact on my younger peers that they had on me as positive role models.
"I also wanted to follow in the footsteps of my previous school captains and have an impact in the community representing this great school."
Trent, who hopes to study a bachelor in exercise and sports rehabilitation science degree, said he hoped to gain respect as a positive role model to his younger peers.
"I endeavour to continue the high standard of professionalism we have been left to follow," he said.
"I also strive to continue building on the culture we already have as a school that is inclusive for everyone."
Molly, Trent, Ethan and Georgia take over from Mackenzie Angus, Mitchell Drapalski, Jane Purcell and Samuel Dunne.
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