BlogTrailblazerRachit Saini – Sydney Boys High School | Top 50 Year 11 & Year 12 Trailblazer 2023

Rachit Saini – Sydney Boys High School | Top 50 Year 11 & Year 12 Trailblazer 2023

Rachit Saini

What are the Trailblazer Awards?

The Trailblazer Awards celebrates Year 11 and Year 12 students beyond their ATAR, recognising those who have overcome personal challenges and used their final year of school to positively impact their community.

Our Trailblazers will have the opportunity to build their personal brand and profile as a future leader, learn how to successfully apply for Early Entry, Scholarships, Co-Op, and Cadetships Opportunities, and so much more!

Find out how Rachit navigated his senior schooling differently throughout 2023!

Introducing: Rachit Saini

Category: Social Impact & Change

School: Sydney Boys High School

State: NSW

Career Aspiration: Medicine


  • Raised over $50,000 collectively through various community service and fundraising efforts.
  • Chairman of the Community Services Committee (CSC) at Sydney Boys High School, organising 15 charity or volunteering events, including bake sales, barbecues, Clean Up Australia Day, and campaigns like Movember and World’s Greatest Shave.
  • Community service and wellbeing prefect, leading initiatives such as starting the Wellbeing Crew club and running the Push-Up Challenge as a student ambassador to raise awareness about mental health through physical exercise.
  • Founder of Help Elevate Youth (HEY), a not-for-profit organisation providing immediate solutions to homeless and disadvantaged communities by partnering with children’s hospitals, orphanages, and shelters to provide care packages.

What makes Rachit a Trailblazer?

Rachit is a driven and compassionate individual who has made significant contributions to community service and social impact. Through his role as chairman of the Community Services Committee (CSC) at Sydney Boys High School, Rachit has successfully raised over $50,000 for various charitable causes. His dedication and leadership skills allowed him to organise and oversee numerous events, engaging student volunteers and fostering connections with different communities in need of support.

As the community service and wellbeing prefect, Rachit continues to drive positive change in his school. He initiated the Wellbeing Crew club, aimed at improving student well-being by creating a supportive environment and encouraging students to reach out for help. Additionally, as a student ambassador for the Push-Up Challenge, he raises awareness about mental health and promotes the importance of physical exercise in maintaining well-being.

Rachit’s commitment to making a lasting impact extends beyond his school. He founded Help Elevate Youth (HEY), a not-for-profit organisation that provides support and care packages to homeless and disadvantaged youth. Rachit’s initiative has gained recognition, and HEY has received interest from volunteers across New South Wales and even internationally. His vision is to transform HEY into a global organisation that provides equal opportunities and support to disadvantaged communities.

Rachit’s dedication to social impact and change is not limited to community service. He is also actively involved in various co-curricular activities that promote equality, environmental awareness, and public speaking. Through his involvement in the Equality Committee, PAWS Committee, and the school’s debating and public speaking teams, he has honed his skills as a leader and advocate for important causes.

With a passion for medicine, Rachit aspires to help others and serve the community through a career in healthcare. He understands the importance of building connections with patients while maintaining professionalism and is motivated by the social aspect of medicine. Although he hasn’t had extensive work experience in the medical field, his involvement in aged care facilities demonstrates his dedication to providing physical and emotional assistance to those in need.

In addition to his remarkable achievements, Rachit’s ability to network and learn from others with similar interests has made him a pragmatic individual. He seeks guidance from experienced individuals, expands his connections with organisations, and continuously develops his skills as a freelance graphic designer.

Rachit’s outstanding leadership, dedication to community service, and pursuit of social impact make him a true Trailblazer. His ability to rally students, raise funds, and initiate impactful initiatives showcases his visionary mindset and passion for making a difference. Rachit’s commitment to helping others, both within his school and through his own organisation, exemplifies his compassion and drive to create a better world. With his determination, leadership skills, and passion for medicine, Rachit is undoubtedly deserving of his place among our Top 50 Trailblazers!

The Top 50 Year 11 and Year 12 Trailblazer Awards

The Trailblazer Awards aim to identify and celebrate students who use their final years of school to invest holistically in the skills and experiences that will maximise their own future opportunities and make a contribution to the future of our society.

Our winners for the Year 11 and Year 12 Trailblazer Awards have demonstrated initiative in volunteering for their school or community, have participated in co-curricular activities, and have held leadership positions within their schools.

Learn more about who placed in the Top 50 Year 11 and Year 12 Trailblazers here!

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