Service Learning Hours – Changes for Juniors and Seniors                       

Due to current restrictions in volunteering, the number of required hours for Juniors and Seniors to earn service learning cords has changed:

Seniors (class of 2022): 75 hours 
Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen (classes of 2023, 2024 and 2025): 100 hours

All students at Skyline are encouraged to participate in this optional program to build up their volunteer hours, with Freshmen eligible to start earning volunteer hours after 8th grade promotion. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors should continue to volunteer and record their hours, submitting those hours on Skyline's Student Record of Community Service form when the form is complete.

This program runs from October 2021 through April 2022.  We are no longer collecting forms for this school year. Please hang on to completed forms until the beginning of the next school year. Seniors who had submitted forms with eligible hours may collect their service learning cords when collecting their graduation gowns.  If not sure, email to confirm receipt. Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors should hold on to their forms for the time being.

PTSA Service Learning Program
What are Community Service Hours?
Community Volunteer Service Hours are hours spent performing services without pay or other compensation (except recognition and appreciation) for the good of an individual, agency, the community or society. 
Learn more:
Download and read the Community Service Guidelines
Click here for the Student Record of Community Service form. 
Click here for resources on volunteering from Skyline's College and Career Center.
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