The Community Outreach Program strives to provide students with the opportunity to learn about themselves and others, while building relationships within SPS and the local community. Service outreach allows students to use their talents to become worldly and selfless leaders. The yearly Community Outreach service requirement strives to inculcate a habit of service that will extend beyond a student’s time at St. Paul’s School. The goal is to strengthen the foundation for good citizenship and foster active moral engagement within society.
Community Outreach weaves service into students’ lives as they:
  • Engage in service projects as members of interscholastic sports teams
  • Enroll in and study service learning courses offered by each department
  • Participate in rigorous service projects in lieu of athletics for one term per year
  • Partake in School-sponsored service trips during break times
The Missionary Society, the largest and oldest student-run School organization, collaborates with the Community Outreach Program office to:
  • Coordinate over 20 community service projects in the Concord area
  • Oversee fundraising activities for worthy causes such as our partnership school in Leger, Haiti
  • Provides leadership training for our more than 50 project leaders
Students are able to meet their required community service hours through integrated and optional programs, in addition to the service many choose to work on at home during break. Students are not only driven by the intrinsic rewards of helping others, but also the positive impact their service has on themselves, the Concord community, and the world.

Program Contact

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    Ms. Kathy Taylor 

    Director, Community Outreach Program
    (603) 229-4706

Student Perspectives

“I think this experience helped me realize that helping someone even a little will make a huge difference.”
– Kenzie Burwell
The Children’s Place project
“This activity broadened my understanding of service. My past service experiences always involved interacting with the people I’m serving. I didn’t realize that there could be people working just as hard in the background who also create an impact on other people’s lives.”
– Jason Chen
United Way project
“I was not only being a helper to the teachers, but I came out of my comfort zone and had a positive impact on others.”
– Reginald Thors
First Start project