Upper Campus students buy bracelets to support the education and empowerment of Central American artists.
Community service helps broaden awareness of families in need and provides opportunities to help meet those needs. Students at all three campuses participate in a variety of service activities during the academic year.
Students have found many unique areas in which to serve including tutoring, child care, working with disabled persons, city government, environmental activities, the arts, and more. Participation in these programs is strictly voluntary for grades K-6. Students in grades 7-12 are required to complete a minimum of twenty hours community service.
Here's How We've Been Serving Lately
Thank you, Pinewood for your generosity and responsiveness at the Interact blood drive!
6th-grade students delivered donated items and spent a day serving at LifeMoves.
Sixteen members of Interact Club served at San Francisco's 41st annual Bridge to Bridge event, benefitting the work of Northern California Special Olympics.
As part of our Middle Campus Service Learning program, the 6th graders are engaged in various projects to support the work of LifeMoves, an organization that supports local homeless people.
During Spring Break of 2016-17, seventeen of our high school students ventured to Cuba for a time of cultural service learning. The group came face-to-face with Cuba's fascinating history by touring historic sites and hearing the stories of local people. Thanks to the generous donations of the Pinewood community, the group also delivered clothing, hygienic supplies, and sports equipment to a service center in Havana. Trip chaperone and Middle Campus Principal Sarah Haun says she loved watching the students bond across class levels and social groups on this incredible, memorable cultural experience.