Student Leadership at the College

Mount Lilydale Mercy College has a strong tradition of student leadership. Numerous opportunities and courses are offered, both formally and informally, to students throughout their secondary education providing them with leadership training and skill development. From the commencement of their education in Year 7, students are offered opportunities to experience various forms of leadership. The development of these skills is strongly supported through participation in programs offered within the College and through our links with the local community. Such roles present enriching opportunities for students to grow in confidence and equip them with skills required to take on leadership roles following their College education.

Our students relish the opportunity to make decisions, take on responsibility and have an input into the direction of the College through the leadership programs offered. Our student leaders work closely with staff and members of the College Executive to help create an atmosphere that supports and promotes a community of practice and connectedness and our culture of collaboration ensures mutual respect between students and staff. 

The leadership program commences at Class Captain level and provides students with a chance to perform a range of administrative, organisational and leadership tasks linked to their homeroom.

Student Representative Council consists of students from each Year level and offers a forum for students to voice their opinion on all matters concerning their education as well as initiating fundraising activities for social justice programs or for donation to Mercy works and other charitable bodies.  

A Peer Support program exists at Year 10 and students from this level support the incoming Year 7 students during their transition year. The program also addresses some of the issues facing young adolescents.

A Prefect structure comprises of 30 Year 12 students who are elected via a democratic process. They are a visible force within the College acting as positive role models for the younger students. Together with the Peer Support Leaders, they represent the College to the wider community through Open Days, Orientation Days, Information Evenings and are active participants in the life of the College. 

Prefect Roles 2017:

College Captains
College Vice Captains

McAuley Captains
Sports Prefects
English Prefect
Environment Prefect
Faith & Ministry Prefect
Health & PE Prefect
Humanities Prefect
LOTE Prefect
Maths/Science Prefect
Mercy & Justice Prefect
Performing Arts Prefect
Technology Prefect
Visual Arts Prefect
VCAL Prefect
Yearbook Prefect
Carr House Prefects
Frayne House Prefects
Maguire House Prefects
O'Neill House Prefects
Ryan House Prefects
Terry Dunn House Prefects 

Nicholas Hamilton and Eden Pritchardd
Zachary Griffin, Isabella Preston,
Gemma Ryan and Corey Whitchell
Ruby Kelly and Christian Toy
Stacey Fleming and Tyson Noyes
Lily McDonald
Eve Gowan
Tahlia Hayes
Abbey Sinclair
Kayla Jackson
Meg Dolphin
Madeline Cimo
Chloe De Groot
Krystal Meyer
Dylan Findley
Hannah Wintle
Rose Spirli
Lillian Chitty
Angus Faulkner-King and Daniella Zappia
Chloe Lennan
Henry Staindl-Dymond and Jenny Ting
Emily Corbett and Kyle Stokes
Dominica Molluso and Garang Nai
Rebekah Kelly and Christian Ruscitti



College Vice Captains

College Vice Captains

College Vice Captains

College Vice Captains

College Vice Captains