for the Service Learning program. Through curricular and extra-curricular initiatives, the program introduces and develops an understanding of the inter-relationships among all people: locally, regionally, and globally. As a result, students come away with a deep sense of responsibility to lead through service to others.
All Academy students participate in individual and group volunteer service projects including, but not limited to, food and resource drives, on-site volunteer work, and student-sponsored and organized fundraisers.
Senior School students must record 25 hours of service (independent of school-led initiatives) to graduate. This is a temporary two year reduction to accommodate our changing health climate.
To be approved, a service project must meet the following criteria and indicators:
List of 2 items.
Community Service Hours
Senior School: 4343.9 hours
Senior School: $111,000 trending economic impact
Sewickley Academy Students are trending beyond $111,000 in economic impact for 2020-21
Service Learning at a Glance
The project is personally relevant to the student and valuable to the community.