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Community Service and Advocacy

The Community Service program weaves through the academic, social, athletic, and spiritual life of the students and faculty at Carondelet High School. In every segment of the school, service opportunities are presented to all the members of our community.

Service Opportunities

Through clubs or a Cougar Service Project, students have the opportunity to collaborate with their peers and gather together to serve the local community. Students eager to volunteer in the community are encouraged to view the Service Opportunities page to learn about local agencies that students frequently partner with. Students are also encouraged to log their hours on Mobileserve to become eligible for service awards and membership to honors societies.

Advocacy, Justice, and Immersions

Students who are interested in justice and advocacy are welcome to participate in our Ven a Ver program, where students travel across the country to encounter and learn about social justice issues. Within the curriculum, the Frosh and Junior grade levels have dedicated immersion experiences where they will learn about nearby agencies that serve the vulnerable in our community.

Stories

Urban Plunge goes virtual

Juniors were unable to travel for this annual immersion trip, and instead analyzed the complexity of homelessness and food insecurity within low-income communities in our immediate area.

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