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Student Leadership

Reservoir High School values student leadership and is committed to creating an environment in which the student voice is genuinely acknowledged, nurtured, celebrated and one that ultimately effects positive change within the school community. Students can hold formal leadership positions in Year 12 or be a Student Representative Council member, which is currently a voluntary position. The school offers a range of leadership experiences including the Year 9 School for Student Leadership program and the Advance program in Years 9 and 10. Our Student Leaders, including the School Captains, Sports Captains and Performing Arts Captains are responsible for identifying, implementing and evaluating whole school initiatives. This enables students to feel respected, empowered and highly involved in the decision making process. The SRC is dynamic, full of energy and has a key role in the school and the Year 12 School Captains meet regularly with the Principal and elected Student Leaders are voting members on the School Council.

RHS Leaders — 2024

Charlotte D’Ath

School captain

Ainsley Mataga

School captain

Hi, I’m Ainsley, proudly serving as one of Reservoir High School’s 2024 School Captains. It’s a privilege to hold this position and to contribute my leadership abilities to our school community.

I’m a caring, motivated, and imaginative individual who loves going to the gym, playing soccer, listening to music, studying the Bible, and cooking. I remain undecided about my future, but I am considering a pathway in either Mechanical Engineering, or Sports and Health Science.

This is only my second year at Reservoir High School, yet I’ve already learnt and grown so much as a person. I bring a diverse set of skills and perspectives to the role of school captain. My commitment to soccer teaches me the value of teamwork and perseverance, qualities essential for leading and motivating others. My interest in religion instills in me a sense of empathy, respect, and understanding for diverse beliefs within our school community.

As school captain, I pledge to be a compassionate and inclusive leader, dedicated to promoting unity, excellence, and positive change within our school.

Vittoria Crosta

School captain

Hi, my name is Vittoria, and I’m one of Reservoir High School’s 2024 School Captains.

I am honored to not only have my name under this role but to also share my leaderships skills with the Reservoir High School community.

I am a friendly, organized, and creative individual who loves spending time at the beach, going to the footy, hanging out with friends, going shopping, and eating good food.

I have spent all 6 years of my high school journey at Reservoir High, and I have learnt so much along the way. My leaderships skills started from a young age at primary school and continued into high school when I first applied for the year 7 leaderships scholarship and was the successful applicant.

Over the years I have received several awards and have helped at many school events, bringing me to now, having the position of school captain.

My interests revolve around physical education and health. I would love to experience working for a sporting club in the future as some type of trainer or physiotherapist, even rehabilitation would be interesting. Anything involving the body, its systems and movement, I enjoy and find fascinating.

I also have a passion for beauty, more specifically eyelashes and eyebrows. On top of a university degree, I wouldn’t mind having a qualification in lash extensions and brow sculpting.

Dylan Smarrelli

School captain