Leaders officially welcomed
Gin Gin High’s captains eye big futures
THERE is no greater honour for secondary students than to be elected by their peers to fill leadership positions at their school.
For Lucy McLennan and Harrison Tobin, the opportunity to captain Gin Gin State High School is the fulfilment of long-held dreams.
“It’s something I’ve always wanted to do,” Lucy said after last week’s leadership ceremony.
The ceremony formally introduced this year’s senior and junior captains, student council representatives and house leaders.
Lucy is a high-achieving student focused on making positive differences to people’s lives.
With a passion for maths and sciences, Lucy said her goal was to work as a doctor.
Harry’s passions are also maths and science, but he intends to pursue a career in engineering.
Both Year 12 students are quality hockey players, and are ready to start their seasons for City and Rovers respectively.
Junior captains Jasmine Gannon and Connor Boon were also unveiled at the ceremony.
Jasmine’s goal is to one day work as a lawyer, and with a love for English and business studies she is on the right path to realise her dream.
Aussie rules player Connor described high school as a “good experience so far”, but said he intended to become an electrician.
LEADERSHIP CEREMONY: Senior school captains and school leaders at Gin Gin High School’s Investiture Ceremony.
Senior’s commitment during Gin Gin High School’s Investiture Ceremony.
Tearnee Strahan reads the acknowledgement of country before Gin Gin High School’s Investiture Ceremony.