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Campus Ministry Department extends religion beyond the classroom, emphasizing reflection and Christian action through the Campus Service Program (CSP).

CSP Highlights:

  • Students initiate service hours from freshman year, aiming for 20 hours annually, totaling 80 hours before graduation.
  • Service must benefit the community at large.
  • Failure to meet yearly requirements may impact year-end events and Theology semester grades.
  • CSP aims to integrate Catholic Social Teachings, moral values, and community engagement.

CSP Focus by Grade:

  • Theology 9: 20 hours by the end of Freshman year, covering 3-4 areas of need.
  • Theology 10: 20 hours by the end of Sophomore year, focusing on 2-3 areas of need.
  • Theology 11: 20 hours by the end of Junior year, with a social justice emphasis.
  • Theology 12: 20 hours by graduation, dedicated to one agency or focus area, with monthly reflections and a final project.

Service Opportunities:

  • Posted on H33 classroom door and websites like and
  • Non-profit, church, or school settings are acceptable.
  • Projects must be unpaid and benefit individuals or groups outside the school.

Examples of Service Projects:

  • Working in food centers, hospitals, or convalescent homes
  • Tutoring students, reading to the sight-impaired
  • Assisting in religious education or coaching elementary school teams
  • Contributing to community cleanup or helping at animal shelters
  • Serving at parish masses or participating in civic groups.