AS many of Anson Street School's student leaders prepare for life after school, they hope to leave an impression.
Leaders were chosen for both the senior school and the junior school after a day of speeches and the successful few were selected by their peers and teachers.
School captain Jacob Sigley said he was "very grateful" to be selected.
"It's very important to me - as a school captain, I'll set a good example knowing my fellow students trust me," he said.
He said before he graduated, he wanted to continue the expansion of sensory features at the school, including bean bags in the playground.
With Kurt Fearnley named NSW Australian of the Year and promoting the rights of people with a disability, the group agreed they wanted to do the same.
Vice-captain Trish Bragg has been volunteering with Headspace in conjunction with her studies and wanted to be an advocate.
As a school captain, I'll set a good example knowing my fellow students trust me.School captain Jacob Sigley
"Mostly around mental health," she said.
Many of the other year 12s have already started work and hoped to continue after they graduated.
Nicholas Di Mauro and Maddison Writer have been working at Wangarang shredding documents, Beatrice Martin has been working at retail store Mary and Tex and captain Kiara Uppal wanted to start her own business in dog grooming.
Vice-captain Cody Sawley said family was important to him.
"I would love to help my mother as much as possible," he said.
Junior leaders Tarquin Shelley and Madisyn O'Connell have taken their role in their stride.
"It's all part of life," Tarquin said.
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