He's the head prefect at his school, mayor of the Bathurst Youth Council and he's already built himself a handy resume in athletics.
There's no doubt St Stanislaus' College student Jack Lynch is one of Bathurst's most brightest young leaders and he has big plans after school.
But for now he's focused on his studies, before hopefully pursuing a career in law.
"Hopefully I go to university somewhere in Sydney, depending on the marks, and do law," he said.
"From there, hopefully I move into politics. Maybe I might move into practicing privately or diplomacy or politics. We'll just wait and see."
While Sydney is an option for post-school studies, so is Canberra, but a ATAR of 95 or more is what Mr Lynch is after to get into law.
He's also got plenty of experience as a leader, being the current head prefect at St Stanislaus' College, explaining that the main responsibility of his role is to act as a voice for the students to the teachers.
"I chair the prefect meetings on a Thursday mornings and public speaking is a big part, which is something I look forward to as a figure head of the prefect group," he said.
"You do public speaking at the school and outside the school, while being a point of contact for the prefects and then a point a point of contact between the students and the teachers."
Mr Lynch has lived almost his whole life in Bathurst - bar his first year of life when his family lived in Oberon - and attended The Assumption School prior to moving to Stannies for his high school education.
It's been a privilege to lead the council as youth mayor and guide.
And while he's a leader at his school, he's also been the mayor of the Bathurst Youth Council for the past year, while also being a member of the council for the past two.
Like his role to be a link between students and teachers at school, he sees his role as mayor an opportunity to be a voice for the young community to the council.
"It's also a unique opportunity to give back to the community," he said.
"It's something I've noticed during school, that it is important to give back to the community.
"It's been nice having two years on the youth council and it's worked well with school. It's been a privilege to lead the council as youth mayor and guide it through the work that we've put in to running events for the youth in the community."
And while Mr Lynch is a voice and leader at school and for the youth council, is a handy athlete.
His main event is the 400 metre and in November last year, he represented NSW at the Australian All Schools Athletics Championships in Perth.
However, he was unable to qualify for the final after missing out in his heat.
He was the only runner to break the 50-second barrier in the NSW All Schools 400m under 17s heats, with a time of 49.80.
Even when he moves on to university next year, Mr Lynch is hoping to continue his athletics career.
"Wherever I go to for uni, I'm hoping I can join the track team there and have that as my sport aside from my studies," he said.