The purpose of the Community Service program at Seabury Hall is to:
- Promote selfless giving among Seabury Hall students
- Instill in Seabury students a sense of interdependence with the greater community
- Fill needs identified in the community
Upper School students are required to complete 10 hours of service in community agencies or programs and to write a reflection paper about their experiences in order to graduate. Students are encouraged to find their own service opportunities, but a list of sites is also available below. For more information on the community service program and student requirements, please see Rev. Sara Shisler Goff or contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*required hours will increase to 20 hours next school year (2018-2019)
Seabury Hall's Middle School promotes citizenship skills through leadership opportunities and the community service program. Community service is required at all three grade levels with a minimum of eight hours per year per individual. Beyond the minimum requirement, service is performed at each grade level, by the Middle School as a whole, and as part of the school-wide Winterim program. Class advisors are able to provide support and guidance. Although students are encouraged to take their own initiative, there are many opportunities within our own community.