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Guidelines for Requirement

Students Must:

Complete a minimum of 40 hours of community service over their 4 years at MHS.

Volunteer at a 501 (c) (3) organization or a federal, state, or local government agency.

Document their hours with their on-site supervisor, and give to their service coordinator.


Students Cannot:

Receive payment for their service.

Complete community service during school hours without prior authorization.

Be the recipient of service (for example, students who receive tutoring cannot document that as)

Examples of Non-Qualifying Activities

Some activities are admirable but cannot be counted toward the graduation requirement of 40 hours of community service.

For Example:

Babysitting for a family member.

Participating in school sponsored activities such as athletics, band, choir, cheer, etc.

Have a great idea for a community service project?

If you have a great idea for a community service project that does not exist, try partnering with a non‐profit organization with goals similar to yours.

Student Responsibilities

Select an eligible site.

Must follow the Community Service Guidelines.

Find Transportation to and from site:

Students are responsible for their own transportation.

Identify an on-site supervisor:

The supervisor must approve all documented community service hours.

Submit all required documentation to the school coordinator.

Keep copies of EVERYTHING.

Volunteer Resources

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