Interview with our School Captain

Name – Sophie Ambor
Title – School Captain Eastern Campus
Program – RSA Football (Soccer)

1. As school captain or vice-captain, what are you most excited about this year?

Making a difference for students at Rowville. My aim is to make life at school as easy and enjoyable for all students. We are at school for such a large proportion of our lives and so I want to ensure it is a happy as well as beneficial time.

2. What do you love about Rowville Secondary College?

My favourite thing about Rowville is going to sound very cliché, but it is that ‘Anything is Possible’. With all the specialised programs that RSC offers as well as a can-do attitude, anything to make a student’s school life easier will be done.

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

Making the House System stronger and driving competitiveness and unity between the houses. I believe that this will push students to move out of their comfort zones to participate in a variety of challenges and skills to support their house. Similarly I think it will drive students to form relationships with students outside of their specialism, class, or even year level.

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

I personally think this year’s theme ‘This is us’ will strengthen the bonds between students around school. The theme ideals kindness, compassion and self-confidence. Day to day I can emphasis this by actively associating and forming relationships with students in other year levels as well as showing small acts of kindness and compassion.