CHS students are exposed to a variety of leadership opportunities, throughout their time at the school, that reflect the unique blend of interests within the community, ranging from innovation and entrepreneurship influencers to house and grade-level captains.
The students identified for these roles must not only exhibit strong academic performance, but also possess a balance of tact, diplomacy, creativity and resilience. Student Leadership is the perfect platform to nurture and empower these valuable traits and create future global citizens.
Our leadership program aims to provide opportunities for students to develop the following skills:
• Developing a vision and learning how to share it with others
• Communicating effectively so that others understand the message
• The art of persuasion
• The importance of good planning
• The importance of always following through and delivering on the things that have been promised
• The importance of not promising things that cannot be achieved
• The ability to hold others to account to ensure things get done
• Promoting a tolerant society
There are many leadership opportunities in the high school with student-led clubs and activities such as Model United Nations, TEDx and student organizations. The student leadership body serves as a link between students and teachers, organizes social activities and assists the greater school community in various events and activities throughout the year.
At CHS, there are a number of different leadership roles available to students from Primary through to Secondary:
• Head Boy and Head Girl
• Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head Girl
• House Captains
• Deputy House Captains
• Sports Captains
• Deputy Sports Captains
• Senior Prefects
• Assistant Prefects
• Class Prefects
Student leadership is a central strand to how we build confidence, raise aspirations and recognise the talent of the student body.