Service Learning project supports children in foster care
Service Learning at National Presbyterian School gives students the opportunity to meaningfully engage with the needs of their community, learn more about themselves, develop empathy, practice leadership skills and recognize their shared responsibility to care for others.
Service learning projects are student-directed, age-appropriate, hands-on, and serve our community in meaningful ways. Outside of classroom-based service learning, NPS holds Family Service Saturdays throughout the year, giving all family members the opportunity to serve together. NPS is a recipient of the Center for Spiritual and Ethical Education award for excellence in service learning.
Our service learning projects are a clear manifestation of the School’s Core Values and our Christian identity, embracing through service the virtue of love in action.
Students joined with their Buddy classes to reflect on the life, work and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Crossing social and global studies, reading, writing, visual arts, and technology, students deepen their understanding of human migration
Students develop communication skills, practice handwriting, and connect with those in our community and beyond
On January 18, students came together with their Buddy classes to serve our community in age-appropriate ways.
Service Learning Project spurs students to creative advocacy
Students spent time sharing, interacting, and playing games with their senior friends
Sending love, support, and school supplies to those affected by Hurricane Harvey
Continuing the lessons of Dr. King in service to others!
Thank you to all of our volunteers!