Lord Mayor's Young Environmental Leadership Network


The Lord Mayor's Young Environmental Leadership Network (LMYELN) proudly supports students and schools by empowering young leaders to create real change in their school community.

About the program

LMYELN is a unique learning and leadership program that directly engages and supports schools to be cleaner and greener.

Through a project-based, active learning model, students are empowered to create positive environmental change in their school and community. Student representatives attend five Council-facilitated meetings throughout the year that equip them with lifelong skills in project management, communication and leadership.

LMYELN 2022 schools

Council is pleased to be working with the following schools to create a cleaner and greener Brisbane in 2022.

  • Aspley State High School
  • Balmoral State High School
  • Brigidine College
  • Brisbane Boys' College
  • Brisbane Girls Grammar School
  • Brisbane Grammar School
  • Clayfield College
  • Corinda State High School
  • Craigslea State High School
  • Ferny Grove State High School
  • Hillbrook Anglican School
  • Iona College
  • Islamic College of Brisbane
  • Loreto College 
  • Lourdes Hill College
  • MacGregor State High School
  • Mansfield State High School
  • Marist College Ashgrove
  • Mary MacKillop College
  • Mount Alvernia College
  • Mount Gravatt State High School
  • Mt St Michael's College
  • Rochedale State High School
  • Sandgate District State High School
  • St John Fisher College
  • St Margaret's Anglican Girls School
  • St Patrick's College
  • Stuartholme School
  • Wavell State High School
  • Wynnum State High School

LMYELN 2021 photo gallery

View the LMYELN 2021 program images in the following slideshow. Alternatively, you can view the images in Council’s Flickr account.

Lord Mayor's Young Environmental Leadership Network 2021

More information

To find out more about the LMYELN program, email the Green Heart Schools team.

Last updated: 14 June 2022

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