Introducing our 2018 Student Leaders

Developing our students’ leadership capabilities is a key part of our community and we offer a number of leadership development opportunities at Cardijn.

The student leadership roles play an integral part in honouring the voice and presence of its student body, while celebrating the gifts and contributions young people make through their service to members of the school community.

Each student leadership role has a specific, distinct and unique focus and a collective responsibility of service to the College to live out our College motto of ‘See, Judge, Act’.

It is with great pride that I announce the 2018 Senior Student Leaders.

College Captains
Sisilina Saukuru and Isaac Turner

Mission Captains
Brad Baldago and Sharon Shaji

Music Captains
Cody Casson and Jaymee McMahon

Drama Captains
B’Elanna O’Dea and Francesca Zagajewska

Sports Captains
Taylor Jonas and Matthew Milovanovic

Mitchell Captains
Georgia Moorhouse and Emily Sills
Mitchell Vice-Captains
Iona Bates and Nadine Shugg

Chisholm Captains
Conor Brown and Celeste Ryan
Chisholm Vice-Captains
John Saukuru and Chloe Wait

MacKillop Captains
Isabella Macaspac and Carla Mottillo
MacKillop Vice-Captains
Sophie Meynell and Scott Brownridge

Kolbe Captains
Emily Bosley and Liam Kralj
Kolbe Vice-Captains
Georgia Alyward and Danni Cardona

Faulkner Captains
Casey Crunkhorn
Faulkner Vice-Captains
Brandon Gonzales, Molly Ganzevoort and Claire Gantley

Lombard Captains
Martina Beka and Joel Valverde-Oliva
Lombard Vice-Captains
Indiana Crowther and Anna Trentin

Romero Captains
Jess Benzi and Lauren Salt
Romero Vice-Captains
Jade Tanucan and Shannon Day

Dr Paul Rijken is principal of Cardijn College, an R-12 co-educational Catholic school in the Marist tradition, deeply inspired by the method of College patron Joseph Cardijn with a foundation built on the three pillars of his teachings; to See, Judge and Act. Educating and inspiring students in the beautiful Southern Vales region of Adelaide since 1984, Cardijn has grown to encompass three schools, each with distinct offerings. Cardijn College Galilee at Aldinga offers Reception to Year 7, expanding to include Year 8 in 2022 and Year 9 in 2023. Cardijn College at Noarlunga Downs offers Years 7-12 and is renowned for academic excellence and a vibrant extra-curricular program. Cardijn College Marcellin at Christie Downs provides a wide variety of vocational education and training opportunities for students in Years 10 – 12 and beyond, with relationships that extend well into their careers. With a current enrolment of 1750 students and 240 staff, Cardijn College is an institution which strives to be a beacon of faith in the community, with students who have enormous influence and impact on both a local and global level. Paul has been the principal at Cardijn College since 2005. He has a Ph.D. from Curtin University in Science and Mathematics Education. He is a Fellow of the Australian College of Educational Leaders.

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