Interview with our School Vice-Captain

Name – Naomi Alipan
Title – School Vice-Captain Western Campus
Program – Rowville General Excellence

1. As School Vice-Captain, what are you most excited about this year?

As Vice-Captain this year I am most excited about the voice I have. The ability to talk to students about what they want from Rowville and have the role to be able to put it in place. By the students being able to have a voice means they feel like they are important within the school.

2. What do you love about Rowville Secondary College?

At RSC I love the amount of opportunities we have. Throughout the years of schooling, we get a variety of electives to suit individual’s passions, as well as being offered VCE, VCAL or SBAT once you get to year 11. Rowville caters for everyone whether they want to get an atar or an apprenticeship. They offer the chance for everyone to get a year 12 pass while doing what they are passionate about.

3. What changes would you like to put in place to make RSC better for all students?

To make Rowville a better place I would like to create more events during the school year. Whole school carnivals, sporting events, games and other activities. I would like to do this to create more community feeling in the school and to make the school year less stressful with fun and games.

4. How do you feel about this year’s school theme ‘Respect’ – what do you think you will do day-to-day to action this?

Respect is very important to ourselves, others around us and to the community. By having respect it makes the world a better place to live in and be a part of. To demonstrate respect on a day-to-day basis I will listen to others, show kindness and offer assistance to those whenever needed.