Student Service Learning
Students in Maryland must engage in service learning in order to receive a high school diploma. Student service learning is a method of practical education that links academic learning with student service, which benefits the community. Service-learning projects must include academic preparation, service activities and structured reflection.
Look for the link to the SSL Opportunities page below and to the left for ongoing opportunities to perform student service hours.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Student Service Learning (SSL) Opportunities
- Community Partners
For additional information, contact the Office of School Counseling, where Helen Huffer is supervisor: 301.766.2966.