IN the next installment of the introduction of new School Leaders in our feeder primary school and high schools, Medowie Christian School is proud to announce their school leaders for 2017.
News Of The Area met with the chosen group of representatives from this impressive coeducational Christian kindergarten to Year 12 school.
Medowie Christian School prides themselves on providing high quality education in a supported environment, where children and young people can reach their God-given potential, and prepare them for life in our ever-changing world.
The role of the School leaders for the primary and secondary schools at Medowie Christian School is one of great importance.
MCS is committed to nurturing the whole child with personal development initiatives such as student leadership programs, Shine, Strength, self esteem and social awareness programs, as well as learning support programs, chaplain and counsellor/psychologist support.
The development of values, ethics and character is embedded throughout school life.
Service and Mission are an integral part of the school culture, and provide students with opportunities to help fulfill the vision of the school by serving others in the community, both locally and globally.
The strong values of Medowie Christian School requires the induction of strong, confident and dedicated student leaders, who are expected to be at the forefront of ensuring these values are upheld, and instilled in their fellow students.
Medowie Christian School is proud to announce their school leaders and congratulates them on their appointment.
The 2017 Captains are Kathleen Churchill and Joshua Archer.
The 2017 Vice Captains are Emily Legge and Shaun Rogers.
The 2017 Primary leaders are Emma Craddock, Simone Maslen, Deakin Schirk and Matthew Serret.
By Rachael VAUGHAN