Community Service

There is a community service component to our graduation requirements. Although we recognize that students have a tendency to simply look at service hours as another accomplishment to check off the list in regards to earning their high school diploma, our vision is to instill a strong sense of personal and civic responsibility. Students who perform additional hours will receive special recognition at graduation.
Whether it's helping the elderly, poor, or homeless; cleaning up the community; serving at a faith-based institution; performing community service projects; or volunteering at a non-profit organization, make your community service hours count.
Required Community Service Hours = 60 hours
Community Service Record
Once you have the Community Service Form open, print, complete and get the appropriate signatures. Bring the original to Student Services and keep a copy for yourself.
High School Volunteer Opportunities
For ideas of places to consider volunteering, you will look under High School Volunteer Opportunities on the counseling page. This list is informational only and does not imply that there are established agreements for students to volunteer. As with any volunteer opportunity, discernment with parent approval should be exercised.

If you have any questions, please visit the college and career center.
Find a cause that speaks to your heart and go make a difference!