Service Learning

Overview of Greenhills Middle and Upper School Service Programs

Middle school embraces a grade-level thematic approach to service learning and academics, thoughtfully introducing students to civic responsibility.  The program encourages students to become active members of the community and empowered global citizens.

Greenhills School Service Learning

 

 

 

 

 

 

Students in the upper school are encouraged to pursue passions through individual projects, and contribute as leaders during school-wide activities.  The program encourages students to become active members of the community and empowered global citizens.  Annual service projects include:

Greenhills Service LearningACTivate the CURE – A student-organized theatrical event which has raised tens of thousands of dollars for cancer research over more than a dozen years.

T.Wall/B. Ball – An event at which students welcome over 300 children with special needs for a day of fun at Greenhills.

Senior Projects – Many of the students chose to focus their projects around community engagement. For example, the Agdao Project, a successful non-profit addressing health of children in the Philippines, began as a senior project years ago.

 

Specific Events:Greenhills School Service Learning

  • Class Trips
  • ACTivate the CURE
  • T Wall/B Ball Event
  • Alt Spring Break in Detroit