Junior secondary captains



Milla Deignan-Ekelund

Junior School Captain 

I am truly honoured to have been given the opportunity to be Junior School Captain for Centenary Heights State High School in 2020. In my past two years at Centenary, the previous School Captains have done an amazing job, have been actively involved with the junior years and have been so kind and uplifting. I hope that I can continue doing to do this and rise to challenges that may come our way. I look forward to the opportunities of this role and the many new people I will get to meet during this journey. I am very grateful to be able to work alongside an amazing and caring leadership body. Throughout the school year of 2020 I hope not just to inspire and encourage the junior years, but also to make Centenary a safe and exciting environment for everyone, especially the Year 7 students who have never experienced high school before. I hope to become a familiar face to everyone and to grow as a leader who will look forward to all the challenges and opportunities that the year may hold. I am very grateful and immensely thankful for this amazing opportunity and am excited to see where 2020 takes us.

Joshua David 

Junior School Captain

I am honoured to have the opportunity to be Centenary Heights State High School’s Junior School Captain for 2020. Although I only have 2 years of experience at Centenary, I have learnt that this school has amazing leaders and role models. I have had the chance to develop a relationship with the past, present and future leaders of Centenary. They have certainly set a high standard that I will strive to match and hopefully surpass. Throughout the year I will set myself a goal to better grow the relationships of the students as well as inspiring them to achieve their best. I am excited to welcome the new Year 7 students, hoping they too will experience the true spirit and culture of Centenary Heights. I look forward to working with my fellow Captains in leading the Year 7, 8, and 9 cohort in 2020. 

Kya Daley

Junior School Vice-Captain 

 I am greatly honoured to be able to serve Centenary Heights State High School as Junior School Vice-Captain for 2020. As a leader, I aspire to promote a sense of achievement in others and implement strategies to help our remarkable school in the future. I seek to become the type of leader who will guide their peers, take initiative and willingly contribute time and efforts to improve on the actions of the leaders before them. I will do my best to role model the school values of Safety, Respect and Learning both in and outside of the classroom, while encouraging the school spirit across all areas of participation. I hope to improve as a leader, become a friendly, approachable face and assist my fellow junior secondary students in any way possible. I can’t wait to see what 2020 holds and I am excited to work alongside the leadership team to show that through hard work, we can make it to the top.

Connor Williams

Junior School Vice-Captain

As Junior School Vice-Captain for 2020, I aim to promote participation in sport, academics, school events and the wider community. I will endeavour to encourage others through role modelling and ensuring there are always enough opportunities for involvement in and out of our school. My hope is that Year 7, 8 and 9 students feel supported to achieve to the best of their ability. I look forward to working with the extended student leadership team for 2020 to help bring these and many other possibilities to life. I greatly appreciate the opportunity to represent Centenary Heights both as a student and a leader in this way. 





Last reviewed 31 January 2020
Last updated 31 January 2020