Student leadership

At Grant High School, we foster an environment where students aspire to be active, informed, and future-ready citizens, and confident and creative individuals.

This is underpinned by our values. We value respect, trust, and commitment and our leadership opportunities reflect this.

School captians

Year 11 and 12 students who aspire to be a voice and support for their peers, and endeavour to be positive role models and leaders, have an opportunity to apply for and represent the school as captains and vice captains. 

The captains attend governing council meetings and meet with SLED (Student Led Development Team) to offer student perspectives and voices on issues that directly impact them and the student body. 

Student Led Development Team (SLED)

At Grant High School, we take great pride in our vibrant and engaged Student Led Development Team (SLED), where student voices contribute to shaping our school’s future. Designed for year 7 to 12 students, SLED provides a platform for students to voice their opinions on a wide range of issues. We believe in empowering our students, which is why student representatives are actively involved in all standing committees.

House captains

At the start of every year, senior students are chosen by their peers to represent each sporting house, highlighting their leadership qualities. These individuals play a crucial role in fostering a spirit of participation, encouragement, and teamwork during competitive internal school events such as the Swimming Carnival, and Athletics Carnival. However, their influence as leaders and representatives extends well beyond the realm of sports, permeating various aspects of school life.