ACT schools are legally required to have a school board by the Education Act 2004 .
The school board consists of staff and community members. Their role is to collaboratively set the strategic direction of the school and foster a professional environment.
Typically the board consists of the school principal, staff members, representatives from the P&C, and a community member appointed by the Directorate. The board will also appoint several special interest members with professional skills to assist with furthering the identified strategic direction.
FOr more information about School Boards, please visit the ACT Education School Board Section of their website.