Get To Know Our 2018 Leaders Part 2

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Kirsten Jenzen
Head Boarder  

What do you hope to achieve in your time as Head Boarder?

While being Head Boarder I hope to bring the boarding community closer and be a voice for the girls, as well as someone they can come and talk to about anything happening in their lives. I also want to be open to ideas and try my hardest to continue to make boarding a better place for all.

 How do you motivate other students?

I believe I motivate others by telling them the positives in a situation and to think of what will come of a situation.

 What is special about the place you grew up?

I grew up in a small town called Cunderdin and this place is special as I got to grow up on a farm and learn how to ride motor bikes and build lots of cool cubby houses.

 Do you have any pets?

Yes I have a pet dog called Archy.

 What is something interesting about yourself that not many people know?

I have a twin sister and I am older than her by one minute.

Roisin Walsh
Deputy Head Boarder 

What are you hoping to bring to the College?

I am hoping to bring excitement and enthusiasm to the boarding community. As well as making sure that everyone has a say in what we do and making it a positive environment.

 Do you have any strengths or weaknesses?

Strengths: Great at making decisions and very enthusiastic.

Weakness: Being on time and not being able to stay still.

 What do you like to do on the weekends?

I like to play sport and see my friends but most of the time going home if I can.

 Where has been your favourite place to travel?

When my family and I went on a holiday to Melbourne to see my cousins that I had never met before.

 What is one thing you really want to experience?

Skydiving! I have always wanted to go sky diving. I think that falling would be so amazing, but its really expensive so it’s on my bucket list.

This article is brought to you by Santa Maria College a WA Catholic Girls Schools – Years 5 – 12

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