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In an effort to put into practice Solebury School's philosophy of commitment to the “active concern for the greater humanity,” Community Service has become an integral part of the Solebury experience. Community Service is a priority for many students and a requirement for graduation.
IF YOU HAVE COMPLETED COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS, PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COMMUNITY SERVICE FORM. CLICK HERE
Students from grades nine through twelve will be expected to complete ten hours per year of approved community service. Up to half of these hours may be completed on campus. Middle school students will be required to complete ﬁve hours per year. Those entering Solebury after seventh grade will not be required to make up the lost hours from previous years. Any number of hours above the required ten hours per year will count toward the next year's requirement.
For information about Community service guidelines or opportunities contact Community Service advisors Hanna Elliot, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Sarah Sargent, email@example.com.
Opportunities for community service are as diverse as our student body. Solebury's Community Service Advisors can help students find areas of service that meet their interests and priorities. Here are a few examples of ways to serve:
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My name is Brooke Erinoff and I am senior in high school. When I found out about the typhoon, I immediately wanted to help. Please make my wish to help these people possible.
Here is an opportunity for your child to become a tutor or mentor to younger students.
On Saturday, Jan. 26, 12 students accompanied Nicole Mount and Jack Murphy on a community service trip to Moonachie, NJ to insulate trailers that were flooded during Hurricane Sandy.
Eight Solebury Teach2Serve students and their teacher, Diane Downs, are traveling to Staten Island for the weekend of Nov. 16-18 to help with cleanup and rebuilding in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Our student council presidents, Josh Weinstein, Rebecca Brady, and Keziah Groth-Tuft arranged for a campus visit from the dogs from Lulu's Rescue so you have some time to relax and destress. Community Council collected over 457 lbs of cat and dog food and other needed items for our animal friends who fell victim of Hurricane Sandy.
On Sunday, Sept. 23, Solebury School students, faculty, parents and friends participated in the New Hope/Lambertville AIDS Walk. Read Scott's blog to see how it went.
Solebury School students have an opportunity to participate in a summer service trip to Owego, New York, rebuilding homes that were flooded during the storms of October 2011.
Students will be doing a community service project in Germantown.