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Service Learning

Community service, as many of us know, has been a part of educational systems for years. But what takes Service Learning to the next level is that it combines serving the community with the rich academic frontloading, assessment, and reflection typically seen in project-based learning.

According to Vanderbilt University, service learning is defined as: "A form of experiential education where learning occurs through a cycle of action and reflection as students seek to achieve real objectives for the community and deeper understanding and skills for themselves."

Among the Service Learning opportunities afforded to students at DePaul Catholic are:

Straight and Narrow Drives

In addition to Service Learning, Interact, under the direction of Mrs. Dacles, in coordination with the Theology classes, has numerous projects throughout the year, among which are:

If you would like to help in any way, contact either Mrs. Bullman from Theology or Mrs. Dacles from Interact at bullmanp@dpchs.org or daclesb@dpchs.org.