Service Experience Program

Purpose: ​An essential part of the education development at Guerin Preparatory High School is service. As we have integrated the mission of the Sisters of Providence of Love, Mercy and Justice into our school, it is through the Service Experience Program that we continue to cultivate that same integration into the community. The Service Experience Program is for all Guerin students to foster the Good News of Jesus Christ and to understand the value of service to others.

Brief Program Overview: ​Students at Guerin College Preparatory High School are required to complete 65 hours of service for graduation. All 65 hours of service must be completed by the last day of the third quarter of senior year. Ten (10) hours in freshman year, fifteen (15) hours in sophomore year, twenty (20) hours in junior year as part of the second semester theology class and twenty (20) hours in senior year. Because this is a graduation requirement, diplomas will be withheld until all service is complete.

Students log their hours using the digital program x2VOL which can be reached through Naviance.
If service hours are not fulfilled by completion date, remaining service will be assigned at the discretion of the program director to be fulfilled by the end of the school year or they will be added to the following year’s requirements.

Christian Service is not just “volunteering one’s time.” Service should benefit the community, needy individuals and/or groups in the community. Certain activities that do NOT qualify as service include: Any work for which a student is paid, participation in any form of worship (altar serving, lectoring, singing, etc.), work done to promote a for-profit company, political or special interest group, babysitting or caring for a family member, mowing the lawn or doing any related household tasks.

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