As they become compassionate global citizens, students develop a sense of social consciousness and empathy early on and want to make a difference in their community and the world. They initiate various charitable activities such as clothing and costume drives, fundraisers for charitable causes, and volunteering their time and the School encourages and supports these efforts. Community service continues into Middle School and Upper School in a more formal manner as part of the IB curriculum. Below are some examples of our students’ philanthropy projects. This list is always changing as our students follow their passion for social justice and find new ways to give back to the world.

Giving

  • Costume collection for Family Gateway
  • Ice Water Challenge for ALS
  • St. Baldrick’s Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research
  • Fall Festival
  • Toys for Tots
  • Cub Scout Pack 425 canned food drive
  • Shoe collection for Soles4Souls
  • Read-a-thon for Heifer International
  • Day for Syrian Refugees

Volunteering

  • We Over Me Farm at Paul Quinn College
  • North Texas Food Bank
  • North Texas Giving Day
  • Clean Up the Lake
  • Donations and volunteering for tornado victims through Joseph’s House and Oasis Church
    • Cleaning Up the Lake
    • North Texas Giving Day