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Service Learning

Service-learning is an educational approach that combines learning objectives with community service in order to provide a pragmatic, progressive learning experience while meeting societal needs.

Oak Hall students, faculty and staff are engaged in service opportunities in our Gainesville community and often far beyond. 

These projects are a way for us to give back, help, and make a difference. Service is a core pillar of Oak Hall's values. 

Oak Hall Upper School students are required to complete forty (40) service hours as a graduation requirement.


FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT KRISTIN WILSON, SERVICE LEARNING COORDINATOR

 

Service learning is a valuable way to learn about what it means to give back to your community, to be involved in helping others rebuild their lives, to show care to people you wouldn't ordinarily cross paths with. In the process of serving a meal, planting a tree or painting a house, we learn about different people in the world, who may be limited by or struggling with things that we don't deal with on a day to day basis.

--Claire Schofield

Downloadable Verification Form

First page of the PDF file: ServiceLearningForm19-20

ANNUAL SERVICE EVENTS

Annual Holiday Food Drive

November 2018

Students in US and LS collect food to deliver to local food banks, organized by NHS.

International Festival

March, 23, 2018 from 10am to 3pm

This free public event celebrates the diversity of our community and includes interactive displays from a host of countries, cultures and religions. Volunteers will organize exhibitors, vendors and entertainment.

Great Day of Service

April 10, 2018

All Upper School students get out and into our Gainesville community and serve for the day! 

SERVICE CLUBS

Key Club

National Honor Society

Reminders & Deadlines