All Bishop Manogue students are required to complete 100 hours of Christian Service in order to graduate. This is an important part of the education and spiritual growth at Bishop Manogue Catholic High School. Although it may seem daunting, garnering Christian Service hours can be among the most rewarding experiences of a student’s time here. The Campus Ministry team is always available to help students find service opportunities and facilitate the process of completing their requirements, and opportunities are listed on this page as they become available.
There are also certain all-school service opportunities throughout the year, in which students are encouraged to participate, and ANY student may receive hours toward their year’s completion. Information on these will be distributed as it becomes available.
All Christian Service hours must be performed for an established, non-profit organization and recorded on Bishop Manogue’s Christian Service Form. This form must be signed by a supervisor from the non-profit organization. This form is only required for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. All senior hours will go through Mrs. Sexton. Christian service requirements vary by grade level as follows:
Additional Service Hours Information:
Students should also turn in any additional hours earned in a year, and/or hours that are not in their field. These will be recorded toward the 200 hours required for a Service Award at graduation, but will not be counted toward the standard 100 required hours.
Christian Service Forms must be turned in to the student’s Theology teacher no later than the first week of April each year, along with a reflection paper (reflection papers will be discussed with students in their Theology classes). Students may use this form to help track their service hours.
For questions on Christian Service please contact Allison Klekas at 775-336-6015 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or see your Theology teacher. It is expected that all 100 service hours will be completed by the end of the first semester of the student’s senior year.