Community Service

Community Service is an important part of life at Lab. Whether collecting clothes and books for an international disaster relief fund, raising money for medical research, or assisting local service organizations, our students find that helping others is eye-opening and rewarding.

High School students are required to complete 100 hours of community service during their four years of high school. There are plenty of opportunities to become an active contributor right here at Lab or they  have the opportunity to volunteer as peer mediators, run for Student Council office, mentor elementary school children through our Eye-to-Eye partnership, or network through Lab's Let's Support Women Club.

If you are a Lab School parent, student or staff, you can learn more about current Community Service opportunities and happenings by logging into myLab and viewing our private Community Service Page on the Resource Board.

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The Lab School of Washington
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