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Community Service

Healdsburg High School Community Service graduation requirement supports the belief that students benefit from the opportunity to make meaningful connections and enrich the lives of others by performing service for their community without receiving any external reward or financial benefit. This requirement is intended to assist students in becoming educated citizens within a safe and successful community. This requirement involves students working on a voluntary basis in non‐profit agencies, the public sector, or educational institutions. Prior approval from a counselor or administrator is required on any community service project
selected outside of the agencies listed below. Community Service hours are required of each student
that graduates from Healdsburg High School and Marce Becerra Academy.
  • No grades will be given for service.
  • No pay may be received for service.
  • No credit will be given for service during regular school hours.
  • No credit will be given for extracurricular activities.
  • No credit will be given for work with a profit making organization.
  • No credit will be given for court required or other punitive service.



Russian River Cleanup Little League Food Pantry
Corazon Healdsburg Sonoma County Library ASES
Chamber of Commerce
Rotary, Kiwanis, AAUW.
Soroptimist, Active 20-30 Clubs Events
Fish Hatchery
Friends of the Farmers Market Soccer League Habitat of Humanity
Healdsburg Education Foundation Sonoma County Animal Shelter
Healdsburg Future Farmers
County Fair
All School Sites, District Office, & SCOE Boy / Girl Scouts of America
City of Healdsburg (Villa, Pool,
Plaza, Library, etc.
Public School Success Team Football League
CA State or Sonoma County
Parks, such as Veteran's
Memorial Beach or Lake
Athletic Boosters, FFA Boys & Girls Club Boosters
If interested in volunteering at a location that is not on this list, pelase see your counselor or
the site administrator to obtain prior approval.