Student leaders: The Hills Grammar School

We meet the senior school leaders of The Hills Grammar School whose motto is ‘Strive for Excellence’.

Jerry Boyaji

Jerry Boyaji

Jerry Boyaji

Jerry Boyaji

Eliza Tegel

Eliza Tegel

1. What is unique about you school?

Eliza Tegel:  The student - teacher relationship. Teachers have an open door policy which makes learning enjoyable and you can achieve your goals with their support.

Jerry Boyaji: It's a smaller school so everyone knows each other. It has a very wide variety of co-curricula activities and also a great leadership program. 

2. What do you want to do when you leave school?

Eliza Tegel: I want do early childhood education, babies to year 6. 

Jerry Boyaji: I’d like to go through the ADFA academy and study IT and become and intelligence offer. 

3. Why do you think being a school leader is important?

Eliza Tegel: Because you can support the younger students to do what they want to do . 

Jerry Boyaji:  We are role models. The student body needs someone to look up to. 

4. If you were the principal what would you introduce?

Eliza Tegel: More activities for students between classes that are fun — such as water fights. 

Jerry Boyaji: A cadet core. 

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