Volunteer/College Prep Opportunities
High school students are required to complete 100 volunteer hours as a graduation requirement or 25 hours per each high school year attended. Students must submit their signed logs with 100+ hours to walk at graduation and receive their diploma. 

Here is a copy of the volunteer log: Volunteer Log.pdf
Paper copies are also kept in the front office and counselor's office. 

Students should not wait until senior year to begin submitting hours. 

Listed below are some possible volunteer opportunities that high school students can participate in:

Children's Museum of Alamance County in Graham-
This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in the education/childcare field. You must be at least 16 to volunteerThey are open 10am-4pm/5pm every day except Monday's. They would love extra volunteers on Saturday's and throughout the summer. 

Friendship Adult Day Services, Inc in Burlington-
This is a great 
opportunity for anyone interested in the medical field. You must be sixteen or older and wear a mask if you are not vaccinated.  They are open Monday through Friday and would love to have senior class volunteers from about 1:00-3:00pm during the school year. They need summer volunteers from 10:00am-3:00pm also Monday through Friday. They do periodically have some weekend volunteer opportunities available as well.  The main activities that they need help with during the week are assisting with animals, helping with meals, passing out snacks, gardening, and playing games. Occasional weekend activities would be more focused on putting together items and helping with organizing and landscaping. Contact [email protected]

Peacehaven Community Farm in Whitsett-

Twin Lakes Community in Burlington-


Volunteer hours can also be completed at local nursing homes, the animal shelter, babysitting, dogwalking, etc.