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Community Service

In order to promote civic awareness and volunteerism, LBHS requires students participate in FORTY HOURS of approved community service as a graduation requirement. Ten hours per year are recommended. Seniors are encouraged to complete their hours by the end of their first semester, to ensure all their hours are complete and accounted for by graduation. Students who are not enrolled at LBHS for all four years will have their hours adjusted. Community Service participation may include community/school volunteerism, city, youth and environmental projects, student assistance, and tutoring.  Acceptable community service must be done for a non-profit organization. Any other service must be authorized by LBHS Administration. Community Service Cards are available in the Activities Office or can be downloaded.

For more information, contact Krissy Landgraf ( in the Activities Office.

Things to Consider Before Volunteering:

  • Are you interested in or have a passion for a specific issue/cause/organization?
  • Do you want to volunteer for different events/organizations, or are you looking to make an ongoing commitment?
  • When/how often are you available to volunteer? Can they depend on you to follow through with your commitment?
  • Do you have dependable transportation?
  • Is there a friend that you would like to join you?

CS Card Download

First page of the PDF file: LBHSCommunityServiceCard

Community Service - The giving of one’s time, efforts, and skills outside of school class time for the purpose of benefiting the community (local or global), without monetary compensation.

Community Service Opportunities

Organization Name Contact Description of Service
Laguna Food Pantry The different positions students have are greeting shoppers, packing or loading groceries, or receiving or sorting deliveries.
The Friendship Shelter Fill out the volunteer form on the website and someone will email back about different service opportunities
Walking for Water Club through the high school where students help gather donations and organize an annual walk to raise money to give people access to clean water
Assistance League Laguna Beach Club through the high school where students identify, develop, implement, and fund ongoing philanthropic programs for specific needs of the community.
Dream Catchers Virtual Penpal Program   Sign up and get assigned a senior to write letters back and forth about your experiences
QuaranTunes a platform that connects teens with children to provide free virtual music lessons. We have since expanded to provide art lessons in topics such as theater, painting, creative writing, film, and more.
AYSO Laguna Beach The Laguna Beach Region of the American Youth Soccer Organization is in great need of assistance in repainting the goal lines on their soccer field for the younger age brackets

New Community Service Opportunities can be found in the Community Service page in the College and Career Canvas Course.