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Community Service

Daisy Troop pose for a photo

Community Service

Community service is an integral part of the Harbor Day education as it builds strong character and social responsibility in students. Eighth grade students are required to complete 15 hours of community service in an outside organization.

Students learn that they have the power to make a difference by getting involved with a cause they are passionate about and appreciating the importance of doing things for others. Younger students often develop community service projects of their own.

Harbor Day encourages service learning as it is a hands-on method for gaining awareness about the world and empowers students to make a positive difference. Harbor Day’s Parent Council continues to embrace service learning through the Harbor Day Serves Committee, a program that expands service learning beyond the school and fosters a sense of community.  

Spotlight: Service at Harbor Day

Students selling boba tea at Make a Difference Day
Make a Difference Day

Students have volunteered at the following organizations:

  • Casa Teresa
  • Heritage House
  • Human Options
  • Second Harvest Food Bank
  • The Caring Kitchen
  • The Environmental Nature Center
  • The Oasis Center
  • Operation Gratitude