Community Service

Did you know, that although not a requirement to graduate, community service hours are a positive addition to college applications and are required for many scholarship opportunities including the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program?

  • STEP 2:  Begin your community service, logging your hours and collecting signature(s) from your organization's contact person. Use this Community Service Form.
  • STEP 3: After completing your hours, write a reflection on your experience and submit your signed log/reflection to your counselor. Logs must be submitted no later than the end of EACH school year.


  • A separate proposal form must be submitted per project/organization.
  • Students should keep copies of their forms.
  • PAID WORK will use the same forms, with the addition of submitting pay-stub with the log.
  • Teachers/Club Sponsors/Coaches are NOT eligible to accept/submit community service forms on behalf of students. 
  • Seniors and juniors applying to become National Honor Society (NHS) candidates must have a minimum of 20 hours of community service hours completed in high school. Paid work does not qualify for NHS.
  • Bright Futures (BF) rules from the Florida Department of Education:
Bright Futures 

Each graduating Senior must complete the Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA) and also the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The Student Services team hosts multiple student application sessions each year and students are welcome in the College & Career Room 8106A, for assistance.