Success isn’t merely a personal thing that you keep all to yourself. To be successful, you have to interact with your community, environment, and be aware of the world around you.
The Middle School Community Service Program provides students with meaningful opportunities to develop and nurture a sense of civic responsibility, as they serve others through structured, informative, and reflective experiences. These experiences enable students to develop an appreciation and acceptance of others, a better understanding of the human condition, a desire for social justice, and awareness of local, regional, and global diversity.
Teachers in the Middle School are highly encouraged, and assisted, to implement service projects that enhance their current curriculum, and each year the students are involved in division wide service projects as well. These projects vary each year based on the direction of the curriculum and current events. Advisory groups complete service projects that connect to our themes, and serve people inside and outside the school community. In past years, some of these activities have included the Thanksgiving Food Drive, Adopt-a-Family during the holiday season, and tsunami relief efforts.