École Windsor Secondary
North Vancouver School District
Windsor School & Community Service Hours



Windsor School & Community Service Hours

Service to Windsor School and our school community has long been a valued part of student growth and development. The philosophy of 'giving back' to ones' community is something that we heartily encourage.

By volunteering, students gain a sense of responsibility, learn that one person can make a difference, learn the benefit of sacrificing time to help others, tolerance and understanding of the different members of our community, and finally, they gain important job skills and experience.

Key differences of service/volunteering:

Windsor School Service Hours

  • Students will self-report their Windsor School Service hours on the form available in the main office or to download HERE
  • Hours must be completed within the school (ie club executive members, peer tutoring, student or grad council, special events etc.)
  • Self-reported hours will be verified with Windsor School Staff sponsors. Only verified hours will be considered for service hours.
  • School Service forms are due on MAY 27TH  in the main office
  • Windsor School Service Certificates will be awarded to students in June

Career Life Education (CLC) 12 Graduation Requirements

  • Grade 12's need 30 hours of community or school volunteer experience or paid work to fulfill their Ministry requirement for graduation in their CLC 12 Class
  • Students will work with their CLC 12 teacher to complete this Ministry requirement for graduation.
  • These hours can be collected and carried over year to year from grade 10 – 12
  • FORMS ARE FOUND HERE​​ 

Work Experience 12A/12B

  • This is a 4-credit course which requires a minimum of 90 hours of volunteering, job shadowing, or career exposure in your focus area
  • Please see Windsor's Work Experience Coordinator , Ms. Oliver, or email soliver@sd44.ca for more information

Other Community Service / Volunteering

  • Build your resume, gain insightful experience for your job path
  • Be sure to include community service in your Scholarship Applications in Grade 12