Serving our broader community is an important component of a Sacramento Waldorf School education. We find that performing service work helps broaden our students’ perspectives on social issues and fosters within them a lifelong desire to give back. Students are required to complete 30 hours of community service each school year, carried out in a variety of ways including conducting wetlands mitigation, performing maintenance work, and providing educational support for other students.
Service work can include volunteering with organizations such as Loaves and Fishes, The Greenhouse, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento Youth Court, Saddle Pals, WEAVE, Habitat for Humanity, the SPCA, and Head Start. Students are strongly encouraged to engage in service with organizations with missions about which students are passionate.