Presentation High School Students Reflect on Call to Service

Presentation High School Students Reflect on Call to Service

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Presentation High School students learn more about the call to service during the International Day of Charity.

On the International Day of Charity, September 5, Presentation High School students gathered for an assembly to reflect on their call to service. Reflections were led by French teacher Monica Stampfl, sharing her experience as a dedicated volunteer at the Marine Mammal Center and student, Zara Shariff, who shared her experience as a volunteer at Athena Camps for girls.

After the assembly, students had the opportunity to learn about volunteering at more than 30 organizations who visited campus.

Volunteer hours aren’t mandatory at Presentation because students, led by our motto “Not Words, But Deeds,” become inspired to find ways to be servant-leaders in their communities.

Active alumna served as Volunteer Coordinators and current students gave presentions with organizations they volunteer with. Volunteer organizations with their first visit to Presentation included San Jose Public Library – Willow Glen, Synchronized Swimming for Athletes with Disabilities and Cathedral Basilica of Saint Joseph.

For more information regarding Presentation High School, please visit, www.presentationhs.org.