Community Service Programs

Sheldon High School/International High School Community Service Program
Community Service is defined as student time and talent volunteered to their school and/or community. The student should not receive credit or money for the services to be considered as community service. The student does, however, receive special recognition in a variety of ways. The award column below lists the types of recognition.

Program When to Apply How to Apply Entrance Requirement Community Hours/
Projects
Contact Person Award
National Honor Society March after first semester sophomore or junior year In March applications mailed to Jrs. & Sophomores with 3.6+ GPA 3.6 accumulative gpa 7 of 9 meetings 4 projects 20 hours of community service Matt Binkerd NHS induction and certificate Graduation honor cord Scholarship potential
4J District Honors Seal Beginning in May of freshman year, students come to the Registrar for a contract Return completed contract to Registrar** 3.00 accumulative gpa at time of contract submission 3.50 accumulative GPA at regular Sheldon graduation 120 hrs. Community Service and 1 extra unit of credit (25 credits) Jan Gordon Main Office 790–6607 4J Seal on Sheldon Diploma
International High School       *Class of 2013 150hrs., creativity, action & service over Jr. & Sr. year Marilyn Curtis & Peggy Farris IHS diploma

*See community service booklet located in Sheldon IHS office.
**Hours may be earned after last school day of 9th grade or AFTER contract is signed, whichever is later