A new generation of leaders was elected at the Presbyterian Ladies College in Armidale last week.
Principal Nicola Taylor said the hallmark of an education at Presbyterian Ladies' College, Armidale, has been the leadership skills which have been fostered in its students over the past 133 years, and the leaders who have graduated to do greater things in communities around the globe in that time.
"Each member of the incoming Student Leadership team for 2020/2021 brings with them a unique style of leadership, which will be enhanced over the next 12 months as the girls take on greater responsibilities and opportunities at the College, and beyond," Mrs Taylor said.
"Many of these girls are participants in the international Duke of Edinburgh's Award program, a flagship co-curricular offering at the College, and have honed their leadership skills through the many opportunities and experiences provided at PLC Armidale."
The Student Leadership team for 2020/2021: Head Prefect Lilly McCook (Armidale); Deputy Head Prefect Esther Eickhoff (Armidale); Sports Prefect Jorja Power (Walcha); Creative Arts Prefect Charlotte Thomas (Armidale); Guild Captains- Forrest- Abby Stevenson (Kingstown), Gregory- Lani Almond (Yamba), Macquarie- Imogen Dellow (Armidale), Wentworth- Pearl Rogers (Walcha); Spiritual Leaders- Natalie Brennan (Armidale), Rachael Kenrick (Armidale) and Charlotte Thomas (Armidale).
A special induction will be held at the College's Term 4 Commencement service on Monday October 12, where the girls will also participate in a leadership training day.
The coordination of the annual Guild Drama performance is the first item on their Term 4 list of priorities.