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Community Service

Students fill egg cartons at Second Harvest Food BankPart of the Edgewood experience is learning to serve others. Our school is dedicated to volunteering because we know students will continue to volunteer long after they’ve left Edgewood.

“The Edgewood Community is grounded in a commitment to working for Truth, Justice, and Equity inside and outside our walls, says EHS Principal Beth SteffenCommunity service is a powerful way to learn with and from those we serve.  Our students attest that the service they perform expands their understanding of others -- which is a more rich and meaningful education for their lives than students can earn within a classroom setting.

Every student must complete a minimum of 100 hours of community service prior to graduation. Transfer students may graduate with fewer hours based on enrollment date. In addition, the entire student body, faculty, and staff puts down the books for a full day to volunteer 3,500 hours during Edgewood in the Community.

Students are required to keep accurate logs of their service hours. Service forms for credit can be submitted outside Campus Ministry, and Edgewood in the Community is automatically added. We post service hours each quarter on PowerSchool.
Service Hours Form

If you have a recurring service or site where you volunteer on a regular basis, you can use this Tracking Sheet to record multiple instances.

Current Service Opportunities

If you have questions about posted opportunities or would like to share service opportunities please contact Joan Rundhaug-Witz via email or at 608.257.1023 x317.

Current Opportunities