An important graduation requirement for all students in Ontario High Schools is the completion of 40 hours of community involvement before the end of their final year. This requirement was created with the purpose of ensuring that the provincial school system was not only training students academically, but also giving them opportunities to become responsible, contributing members of their communities. This requirement is also an excellent opportunity for students to gain valuable experience that will help them to develop employability skills, and to test out potential career possibilities.
Volunteer opportunities that are brought forward by various organizations in the community are posted on our facebook page, twitter account, bulletin board outside of Student Services, and are made known on our morning announcements. Students can find other exciting volunteer opportunities in the Halton region by exploring the following websites:
My Volunteer Page
Please see the rules for a list of eligible and ineligible activities to be counted toward the required 40 hours of community involvement.
Upon completion of these hours, students must complete the following form (Record of Community Involvement Hours) or provide a letter outlining the nature of the activity, the hours completed, and the supervisor's signature, and submit either one to Ms. Dautreme in Student Services.
Please note that it is strongly advised that all students complete this graduation requirement by the start of their final year of high school.
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