For Students


A Servant Leader devotes their time to serving the needs of the people they lead. It is through this service that others are encouraged to grow, develop self-confidence and achieve their personal best.

Prefects are selected from those students who nominate to serve. They are elected as a result of votes given by the student body and the staff.

At Peter Carnley Anglican Community School our Prefects demonstrate the ideals of Servant Leadership. Through their roles as Captains they individually and collectively serve the student body and the wider community. They mentor and assist younger students and encourage them to strive to achieve their best.

Student Council

Our Student Council is a representative body of students elected from the Years 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 by their peers. The role of the Council is to represent the interests of the student body, and to be their ‘voice’ within the School community. Councillors meet fortnightly to discuss any ideas, concerns or visions for the School brought to them by their peers. The Student Council assist with events in the School such as Assemblies, Founders Day and charity initiatives. They are also encouraged to represent PCACS at local community events.

As part of their Leadership development, the members of the Student Council take part in programmes designed to grow their leadership skills and potential. They also develop skills in the areas of Public Speaking, Conflict Resolution and Time Management.