FLVS Students Exceed Community Service Goal

It’s no secret that our Florida Virtual School (FLVS) students are amazing and take their education seriously, but did you know many of our students also have a penchant for generously volunteering in their communities? This 2019-20 school year, Mae Martin, Student Activities Coordinator, reported that FLVS Student Club members completed 3,439 volunteer hours, surpassing last year’s total and goal. Additionally, FLVS Full Time High School students recorded nearly 31,000 cumulative community service hours that qualify for Bright Future Scholarships when they graduate.

Community service is defined as “work that is done without pay to help people in a community,” but many find that they, themselves, receive a great deal from serving. Volunteering can help students make friends, build confidence, learn new skills, and even feel happier and healthier by helping others and worthwhile causes. It is also a way to network and provide career building opportunities.

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