The goal of the Renaissance Statesman Service Award is to honor students who are aware, thoughtful, and committed citizens who make a difference in their community. Volunteering one’s time and energy is recognized as an important part of high school education. Students gain new experiences as well as give service back to their community.

    This award promotes a student’s personal involvement in community service activities. In addition, it is intended to motivate others to experience volunteer service to others.

    Students may perform service hours or projects through classes, clubs, youth groups, organizations, or individually as long as the service is for a non-profit agency and participant is not compensated for the work.

    25+ service hours are needed to receive the Statesman Service Award. Service hours may be completed over the summer or during the school year. However, the service must not be done within the course of the school day nor pay accepted for the services.

    Volunteer hours may be completed individually or in a group.

    The Statesman Service Award evaluation form must be completed by the student and signed by a supervisor who can verify the student’s completion of service hours.


    Note: Volunteer hours are not eligible for hours in the A+ program.

    A+ hours are acquired through Mentoring & Tutoring. Contact Dr. Shiree Yeggins at 314-918-4636.

    For further questions, you may contact: John E. Thomas at 314-918-4175 or 314-918-4131

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