Community Service

Community service is a vital component of the St. Luke’s experience. As the Gospel of Luke proclaims, “From whom much is given, much is expected.” It is therefore understood that St. Luke’s students should seek ways to share their blessings with others.

Students in grades 9-12 are required to complete a minimum of 80 hours of community service by May 1 of their senior year. Failure to complete these hours will result in the student not walking with his or her classmates at the graduation ceremony. Students in grades 6-8 are required to complete a minimum of 20 hours of community service by May 1 of their 8th grade year. Failure to complete these hours will result in the remaining hours being added to the student’s required hours for Upper School.

Download your Log Sheet for community service hours here or obtain one in the Library or Student Services. The sheets must be signed by a person in charge of the activity and turned in to Mrs. Blackwell. Service hour totals will be posted monthly on the community service bulletin board in the computer lab.

Opportunities for community service are posted on the bulletin board in the Dining Hall. Community service activities that are not sponsored or advertised by SLES must be approved by Mrs. Blackwell in order to count.

For additional /current Community Service Opportunities please check the bulletin board in the Dining Hall.

Ongoing community service opportunities are available at:

  • Bay Area Food Bank
  • Mobile SPCA
  • Ronald McDonald House