Service Learning is a ½ credit course engaging students in hands on projects to meet learning objectives and strengthen the local/global community.
The course is introduced in the spring of the sophomore year with a service fair and time in the students’ Theology class. It concludes after the all senior semester. Students may select from several sites and activities to perform their hours of service. A completion of a minimum of 70 hours of service must be completed and documented. This may be given digitally or by hard copy to the service coordinator by the end of the first semester of the senior year.
As per school board policy, all students complete service prior to graduation from Cathedral High School, earning either an “S” (satisfactory) or a “U” (unsatisfactory) on their transcript.
It is hoped that every student will come to understand service as a way of life in the Christian tradition and a deepening of friendship with God through service of those in need.
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Service Documentation and Evaluation Form