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. Opportunities are listed on this page as they become available.
It is encouraged that students earn at least 25 service hours per year so they do not fall behind. If a student receives 200 service hours, they will receive special recognition at graduation.
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.
Additional Service Hours Information
Students have the option to fulfill their service hours at school by participating in organized drives or school-sponsored service events. Alternatively, they can accrue their service hours by engaging in activities endorsed by Catholic-approved service organizations.
Qualifying organizations include: Casa de Vida, Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada, Boys and Girls Club, Special Olympics, St. Vincent’s Food Pantry, Mary’s Embrace, Family Promise, Ronald McDonald House, at-risk schools such as Sierra Vista or Echo Loder, nursing or retirement homes, area hospitals, CYO, tutoring, after-school programs, St. Vincent’s Food Pantry, RAVE and the Eddy House.
To access their account, students need to use their Bishop Manogue email and the corresponding password. When logging in, students are required to provide the supervisor's email address, along with a memo detailing the service they performed. Additionally, it is recommended that students upload pictures showcasing their service. Students must enter their completed service into MobileServe within one month to ensure approval.
Bishop Manogue Catholic High School is a four-year Catholic, co-educational private high school in Reno, Nevada. The only Catholic high school in northern Nevada, it is a separately incorporated non-profit diocesan school operated under the authority of the Diocesan Bishop, Daniel H. Mueggenborg.