Upper School | Grades 9—12

Service Learning

Making a Significant Impact

Service Learning teaches commitment, responsibility, organization, time management, leadership, and the joy of giving to others. It provides opportunities for personal growth, constructive interactions, positive feelings, and the development of lifelong skills. Students are empowered to see the significant impact they can have in the community as they learn the valuable habits of being productive volunteers.

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  • Service Learning Program: Grades 7-9

    Students in grades 7-9 are encouraged to participate in approved community service activities with non-profit agencies throughout the year.  Possible events include beach clean-ups, sponsored charity walks or runs, and volunteering at a food bank or boys and girls club. The School will provide information about local service projects and will organize several events each year. 
  • President’s Volunteer Service Award: Grades 7-12

    All Middle and Upper School students are encouraged to qualify for the prestigious President’s Volunteer Service Award.  Students under the age of 16 begin qualifying when they have completed 50 hours of volunteer service for the year, and students 16 and older qualify when they have completed 100 or more hours of volunteer service for the year. During the course of the school year, additional information and details are shared with students to ensure they have ample opportunities to help others.
  • Community Service Honor Roll: Grades 10-12

    Although students in grades 10-12 do not have a requirement, they are highly encouraged to continue volunteering during these years, and it is strongly recommended that they participate in a service commitment program. The Community Service Honor Roll recognizes Upper Campus students who volunteer 50–99 hours each year.  Volunteer hours must be with non-profit charities, and unpaid work with for-profit businesses will not be accepted as community service.  Students interested in tracking their hours and receiving this recognition at the Awards Assembly at the end of the year should contact Service Learning Coordinator, Mrs. Deutsch, for activity logs and other information.

Service Learning Team

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    Shelley Deutsch 

    Service Learning Coordinator
    Ext. 1393

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Lower School: 11052 Independence Avenue
Middle and Upper School: 20801 Rinaldi Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311  | 818.882.8121
Sierra Canyon School is a private, independent, non-sectarian, co-educational, college preparatory school for students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12 located in Chatsworth, California. The highly cosmopolitan campus community is reflective of the Greater Los Angeles area and the world at large. Students are empowered to realize their greatest creative, ethical, intellectual and physical promise through small class sizes, a diverse student-teacher culture and a family-like environment.