Student Life

Community Service

Becoming Contributing Members of Society

Community Service is a very important part of life at Mason Prep, and our students, faculty, staff and families are involved in various service projects. Our City Council sponsors many projects that our entire school supports, and students participate in the Jump Rope for Heart initiative through their physical education classes. In addition, our eighth grade students complete twenty hours of community service as a part of their education in becoming contributing members of their society.

Service Learning Projects

Mason Prep incorporates Service Learning Projects into the curriculum of each grade level to help our students understand that service is more than bringing in a can of food or a dollar for a certain cause. Teachers weave the work and lessons learned from these projects through several areas of study over the course of the year.
This allows students to explore the issues and challenges around their project, as well as the impact of their efforts, more fully than is typical with more traditional community service initiatives.
Mason Preparatory School is committed to the education of the whole child in preparation for secondary education through the cultivation of respect, integrity, and personal responsibility within a nurturing environment that results in a productive citizen of a global community.