• Churchill Junior High School Community Service

    The Community Service Program fosters the development of sound character, democratic values, ethical judgment, good behavior, and the ability to work in a self-disciplined and purposeful manner.

    This experience, although voluntary and altruistic in nature, is highly recommended. Churchill Junior High School students are asked to volunteer their time to help those in need, for a minimum of fifteen hours, during the school year. The culmination of the Community Service Program is a written report which gives the student the opportunity to reflect upon the differences that community service has made in his or her life and the lives of others.

    Ninth grade students will have the opportunity to have their community service reflected on their official high school transcript. Students must get the community service approved before starting the 15 hours to have the hours included on the transcript.