Beyond The Classroom
Student leadership is a crucial part of our students’ personal and academic development. By taking on leadership roles, students are given the opportunity to learn valuable skills such as communication, problem-solving, and teamwork. These skills are not only beneficial for their future careers, but it also helps students succeed in their studies and make a positive impact in their school and communities.
Student leadership in an online school can take many different forms, just as it does in a traditional brick-and-mortar school. CGA’s Student Leadership roles include:
By taking on leadership roles and participating in a variety of activities, students can develop valuable skills that will benefit them in their future studies and careers as well as in their personal lives.
As Malala House Captain, I want to develop a stronger community within CGA, where parents, students and teachers can cultivate meaningful relationships. One day, I hope to study a joint degree in psychology and sociology at university. After graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree, I want to pursue law school and hopefully become a Family Attorney or a Medical Malpractice Attorney.
Hawking House stands for excellence and curiosity and I am so proud of being named Captain for Hawking House. I hope I can do not only the name justice, but my fellow Hawking students justice as well. CGA encourages you to dream big, so I have several long terms goals I am working towards at the moment… I am working towards getting admitted to a top 20 US University… with a major in sociology and a minor in economics or business.
I want to be the type of leader that is authentic and who always listens to my peers, empowering them to voice their opinions and work together to create a community where we can build stronger bonds with each other. At CGA, I’ve learnt to be passionate about what I want to do. I’ve always wanted to major in business but since I joined CGA my interests have changed. I never knew that I had a passion for science, and now I’m sure that I’l major in that. I am particularly interested in neuroscience and want to become a neurosurgeon. Some of the universities I’m looking at are Browns, Stanford and Harvard.
CGA House Captains