We asked William Ruthven Secondary College school captains to tell us a little about themselves and their roles as leaders at the school.






What does your role involve as a leader at WRSC?
My role as the school captain at WRSC involves working with the teachers to figure out ways in which will improve our school environment in all aspects. As well as being
a voice for the students in allowing their concerns to
be heard.
What’s your favourite subject at WRSC?
My favourite subject is Psychology, I find it so intriguing learning about the brain as well as human behaviour.
The subject is also very enjoyable considering we have a very good teacher.

What is the most rewarding part of being a student leader?
The most rewarding part about being a school captain is seeing the regular improvements within the school community. Especially seeing ideas that students
raise being brought to action by the teachers as we all
work together.
Who are your role models, people who inspire you?
My role model is my mum because she is a perfect example of what perseverance is, she’s taught me to never give up, follow my dreams but most importantly to do what makes me happy.
What are you looking forward to most about the school’s redevelopment?
I look forward to hearing about the new buildings as I’m sure the future students will enjoy them.
What are your career plans?
My career plan is to do a one year course to become a dental assistant, then get a job and save up to travel.