Community Service

*New Community Service Guidelines beginning August 14, 2017*

Although it is not a requirement to graduate, community service hours are required for the Bright Futures Scholarship and are a positive addition to college applications. Updated state and district guidelines and criteria for students to complete community service hours are posted below. Students must complete a comprehensive community service plan which addresses a social problem or concern, and submit the plan to their guidance counselor for approval prior to implementation. Please see the link below for additional information, forms, and suggested projects.

*Please note: Teachers/Club Sponsors/Coaches do not accept/submit community service hour forms on behalf of students to submit to Student Services; hours must be submitted to Student Services by the student/parent to be applied to student's records.*

Guidelines for students:

1. Obtain the required forms from the school website or your guidance counselor

2. Develop a written community service plan which addresses a social problem or concern.

3. Submit the plan to your counselor for approval before you begin your community service.

4. All community service will begin the summer prior to entering high school; community service prior to the summer of 9th grade will not be counted.

5. Submit community service documentation to your counselor upon completion of the approved activity.

Community Service Form

*As of January 1, 2016 community services hours must be turned in within the current academic year*

If you have any questions please contact your guidance counselor or Mrs. Cheryl Koncz.

Senior COVID Community Service Opportunity

AdventHealth put a presentation together letting our students know about a variety of virtual volunteering students can do from home.
Virtual Volunteering Community