- Year 12– Isabella Jenkins
- Year 11– Sarah Lui
- Year 12- Bashoy Boyoris
- Year 11- Bridget Rae
- Year 10- Raksa Na, Angel Chau
- Year 9- Olivia Walmaggia, Doan Nguyen
- Year 8- Jenny Sam, Sarah Pachi
- Year 7- Abby Walsh, Belinda Morales
Our goal as the Arts Committee of Killester College is to promote all the aspects of art, such as drama, fine art, music, visual communication and design technology within the Killester community. In an endeavour to achieve our aim, we meet together every week to organise various activities for the students to participate in. In order to involve the Killester community, we have established an Arts Committee on social media (Instagram) to keep the students updated and connected with the work of the Arts Committee.
With a clear mind set of inspiring students in every aspect of the creative arts, we encourage students to participate in our fun and exciting activities throughout the year.
Our plan for 2017 is to get the students to get in touch with their creative sides by involving themselves in our committee activities we organise. We plan on doing a musical performance from girls in different year levels on Harmony Day to celebrate cultural diversity and promote the beauty of all the different cultures. In the previous years we have had ballet performances, classical Irish dances, harmonious singing performances, Vietnamese dances and more. It is a time of great unity within the community as we celebrate and learn about each others cultural background.
During our Arts week, we have held a jam session sold popcorn for charity, held expressive chalk drawing sessions, photo competition and a “funky sock” day.
- Year 12: Sandy Thai
- Year 11: Ageliki Arkoudis
- Year 12- Shayla Nguyen
- Year 11- Erin Furlong
- Year 10- Jillian Arkoudas, Dora Tran
- Year 9- Sylvia Griffin, Martina Charoensak
- Year 8- Alicia Tran, Anna Eam
- Year 7- Delta Le, Jessica Wright
We aim to carry on past traditions as well as introduce new activities to the school community to help everyone celebrate and raise money for our school charities. Celebrations events during the school year include Valentine’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Xmas in July, Father’s Day and of course Brigidine Day.
Our main goal is to bring the school community closer together by supporting our events and organise activities that will promote a joyous and grateful attitude towards every day.
We, as a committee wish to fulfil our responsibilities as leaders of the school by helping to organise school liturgies and celebrations, as well as attending meetings and staying organised as a part of our role.
We hope to successfully host our events in order to create a fantastic school year, full of memories and leadership experience that we are able to cherish for the rest of our lives. We hope to give back to the school community as well as have plenty of fun!
- Year 12: Martina Duong
- Year 11: Veronica Maroun
- Year 12- Snehdeep Singh
- Year 11- Lee Choi
- Year 10- Marie-Anne Huynh, Veronica Maroun
- Year 9- Dzung Truong, Leean Miranda
- Year 8- Rebecca Abela, Alicia Tran
- Year 7- Ella Woods, Leah Cashman
The Community Service Committee aims to raise awareness and support our local, national and global communities by making positive contributions. Our main goals are to fundraise for those in need. We are currently providing support for our sponsored child “Lyka” in Cambodia.
Every Tuesday we meet with all representatives from Years 7-12 to discuss and share our ideas.This year we have organised activities that include selling ANZAC biscuits to commemorate ANZAC Day, organised a positive message board for the whole school and we have plans to introduce wristbands displaying our school theme for 2017 “Encourage Courage”
- Year 12: Karina Diaz
- Year 11: Lisa Tran
- Year 12- Selena Heng
- Year 11- Maddison Allan
- Year 10- Lisa Tran, Jessica Margueret
- Year 9- Leeah Nguyen, Christine Nabalaura
- Year 8- Charlene Nheu, Evelyn Cimorelli
- Year 7- Sienna Quinn, Liana Donnelly
The Sports Committee have been working hard meeting every Tuesday to discuss and plan projects that promote physical activity and healthy habits. The school swimming and athletics carnivals offered opportunities for students to participate, be active and to support their House. The Sports Committee supported these events by selling smoothies and adding colour with face painting and coloured hairspray.
Our annual Sports Week celebrates the joy of actively participating through a series of events such as Zumba, Staff v. Student Netball, Two-square competitions and healthy pizzas.
- Year 12: Tasneem Usman
- Year 11: Sneha Rajackal Senthilvel
- Year 12- Eliza Morales
- Year 11- Cylina Tran
- Year 10- Sneha Santival, Stephanie Nguyen
- Year 9- Cheska Yalung, Xuan Luong
- Year 8- Sarah Bose, Lilian Gov
- Year 7- Khai Espedillon, Nandira Xaxier
As the voice of the Killester student body, the Student Representative Council Committee strive to motivate the Killester community to express their concerns regardless of subject, be it within the school or individual year levels. As a collective body, and with the assistance and involvement of the school staff, we pledge to strengthen Killester as a school and as a community. Through the legacy of previous Student Council leaders as well as the generation of new innovative ideas from new members, we continue to play a hand in the the development of the Killester student body through past successful activities. Our weekly meetings are home to many ideas, event plans, and discussions of any current concerns that have been raised within the Killester community.
The committee is also an active player in organising events with other student committee teams with events like Harmony Day, Multicultural Week, as well as the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence, to emphasise the importance of being a part of a team and the bond of sisterhood.
With the new recruits of 2017, we plan to draw on new ideas and create new projects to further promote and improve the whole school community. We intend to further involve the student’s participation in all our decision making to make sure the voice of the student is properly represented and to help maintain a sociable and harmonious environment worthy of any Killester student.