Student Voice

Student Voice at Murray Bridge High School allows students to actively shape their futures and the future of our school. Students will work collaboratively to identify and act upon a school or community issue. Student Voice representatives will then be given the opportunity to present their findings to students, school staff, leadership, Governing Council and community members.

Through participating in Student Voice, you will be actively involved in:

  • Developing personal and community leadership skills
  • Making serious and important decisions
  • Broadening your knowledge and awareness of local and global issues
  • Taking action to improve the school’s culture and climate

All Student Voice representatives must embody the school values:

  • Respect
  • Excellence
  • Working Together

A high level of commitment and attendance at meetings is expected.

MBHS Prefects 2021

Sahara Angove


Moving around a lot as a child has taught me many things, in particular the value of community, and friendship. As prefect I hope to encourage these values and am excited to assist in making positive developments within Murray Bridge High School. Leadership is something that I have always been passionate about, so being given the opportunity to be a part of this team is something I am very proud of. I am extremely honoured to be able to complete my final year of schooling at MBHS standing alongside my fellow prefects.

Bevan Schutz


I’ve been running for student leadership for as long as I can remember. I’ve always cared for those I call mates and I’ve always tried to do right by them which is why I decided to run for student leadership. I am ecstatic to now be a Prefect at Murray Bridge High School alongside Eliza, Sahara and Nikcole. I hope that I am deserving of such a title, and am able to help the school in as many ways as possible while also giving my mates an excellent year. Some improvements will include ensuring that every student reaches their best potential in academics. Helping rebrand the school successfully, aiding with various school events and of course making this year enjoyable for everyone. I am looking forward to seeing what changes can be made and how much better Murray Bridge High School can become. Lastly, I hope others will enjoy this year and live it well, in the words of Mae West - You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.

Nikcole Deionno


Ever since I was a little girl I’ve wanted to make a difference in the world. I was always told to not let the world change my heart but to change the world’s heart instead. I feel incredibly blessed to have the opportunity to be prefect which prompts me to have the ability to create change. I’m looking forward to growing throughout this year and to be a part of our school’s development. We’ve recently come out of an incredibly challenging and restrictive year and I believe that this year will be unrestricted not only for regulations but also for our school’s development from education facilities, rebranding the school and even school events. I feel extremely blessed to be a part of paving a new way for our school and our community. I can’t wait to see all of the great things that will be accomplished this year. Each one of us can make a difference. Together we can make a change. - Barbara Mikulski

Eliza Davis


4 years ago I began high school: nerdy, conflicted, and a bundle of nerves. Today I am just as nerdy, even more conflicted, and far too stressed to worry. Actually, we all know that’s not true. However what I do know for certain is that I am incredibly honoured to have been elected prefect by my peers, and to stand alongside Sahara, Bevan, and Nikcole. This year I hope to make the most of every opportunity, develop my creative and leadership skills, and generally just get my life together.