Student Leaders

Each year the School community elects two School Captains and two Vice-Captains to provide leadership to the student body and engage with the School's Leadership Team. The School Captains are supported by School Prefects, House Captains, Co-Curricular Captains, Committee Chairs and Primary School leaders.

School Captain

Faith Maynard

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School Captain

George Plumb

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School Vice-Captain

Mary Esplin

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School Vice-Captain

Henry Dingle

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School Captain

Faith Maynard

"Coming from a primary school with only 26 students, I appreciate this opportunity to be elected School Captain and participate in a leadership role in The Rockhampton Grammar School community. My goal for 2022 is to ensure all students feel welcomed, just as I did when I first started."

School Captain

George Plumb

"I have been fortunate to attend RGS since Prep, where I created many wonderful memories and formed friendships that I am lucky enough to still have today. As a captain of RGS in 2022, I will strive to lead from the front, respecting the School motto of “Grow in Character and Scholarship”, while ensuring all members of the school feel comfortable and confident in this environment.”

School Vice-Captain

Mary Esplin

“I arrived at RGS in Year 10 as a boarding student from Emerald. I was raised in a family that amongst many things, values kindness, compassion, dedication and patience. I hope to encourage, empower and embrace every individual with warmth and compassion. I commit to leading with an open heart and an open mind, to welcome every challenge and every success and to bringing out the best in those around me."

School Vice-Captain

Henry Dingle

“I have been a boarder at The Rockhampton Grammar School since Year 7, an experience which I have genuinely enjoyed and has helped me build life skills and make some lifelong friends. I feel honoured to be a Vice- Captain at The Rockhampton Grammar School in 2022 and hope to make a positive contribution to the leadership of the school. I hope to be a good mentor to younger students. I am also always willing to have a chat at any time.”

I hope to promote an environment that is inclusive and accepting. One where the students feel that their voices are always heard and valued. I think one of the most special things about RGS is that it facilitates growth in whatever that might mean to an individual.”Mary Esplin, 2022 School Vice-Captain

2021 Primary Student Leaders

These important leadership roles enable students to further develop and explore their leadership skills and to represent their fellow students in a range of ways.