Service Learning

The Bishop’s Service Learning Program emphasizes relationship building and mindful reflection and is customized by each student based on his or her personal passion. 
 
Service learning is an established tradition and integral part of our School. Bishop's students must complete 80 hours of community service during their upper school years − and nearly all students go well past the required hours. Last year upper school students spent more than 33,000 hours in service to the community.
 
Bishop’s students develop and execute various on-campus, local and worldwide projects individually, as well as with clubs, sports teams, advisory groups and classes. These groups work together to address the needs of an organization or cause. Students reflect upon their role in the wider community, the interdependence of communities and our common humanity.

How does Service Learning work?

Upper school students work regularly with a service organization of their choice. Throughout the school year, students blog about their experience and share their personal service journey with classmates. 
 
The service learning blog offers a unique and personal online platform for students to reflect upon what the experience means to them. They have the ability to add videos and photos that detail their service experience and memorialize the growth of their service relationships over time. Students can also check hours, confirm hours with supervisors and look for new service opportunities.

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THE BISHOP’S SCHOOL     7607 La Jolla Boulevard     La Jolla, CA 92037     (858) 459-4021
The Bishop’s School is an independent, coeducational college-preparatory day school for students in grades six through twelve who live throughout San Diego County. Founded in 1909, the School is affiliated with the Episcopal church.