The Christian Service Program encourages each student to live out the school's values of faith, love, justice, responsible conduct, and learning. Scholars are strongly encouraged to continue engaging in acts of service to the community above and beyond the 40-hour minimum.
As part of Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School's commitment to providing a Christ-centered community of learning, each HFCR scholar is required to complete an average of ten (10) Christian service hours per year, for a total of forty (40) hours over four years, in order to graduate. Upon completion of each 10-hour block, students earn 0.25 academic credits. Additionally, reported service hours will serve as a record of community involvement to be included on college applications and resumes.
Scholars who do not complete the required forty (40) service hours by the end of their senior year will not receive academic credit, and will thus be ineligible to graduate until the service hours are completed.
For more information about this program and its requirements, contact Mr. Matt Smith, Director of Campus Ministry and Formation, at firstname.lastname@example.org.