Community Service



At an early age, students at St. John’s School begin learning the value of serving the community. Whether by donating money to support a child in another country, picking up trash at beach clean-ups, planting trees to prevent soil erosion, or raising money for cancer research, our students contribute to the community in multitude ways.

Students at St. John’s School must complete 100 hours of CAS (Creative, Action, Service) as part of their graduation requirement. Although the hours for the graduation requirement must be earned during their 11th and 12th grade years, many of our students choose to take part in the numerous community action activities throughout their years at St. John’s.

SJS students have been enriched by these service experiences:

GIFTS Volunteers
Beach Clean-Ups
Relay for Life (American Cancer Society)
Girl Scouts (Tree sale volunteers)
GAIN (Guam Animals In Need)
GMH Volunteer
Kusinan Kamalen Karidat
Painting Bus stops
Unconditional Love Volunteer
Public library volunteer
Skilled Nursing Unit Volunteer
Guam Symphony
Salvation Army
UOG Plant Conservation project
St. Dominic’s Volunteer
Yosakoi Dance for Japan Club Harvest Festival
Math Counts Assistant Coach
Pacific Music Festival participant
Harmony Fair participant
Guam Territorial Band
GATE Productions
Recycling volunteer for SJS Environmental Club
Local theater productions
International Coastal Cleanup
PIC Road Race Volunteer
Habitat For Humanity
Erica’s House
Mock Trial
International Science Fair
Manager for Sports Teams, incl. Tennis, Basketball, Cross Country, Soccer & Volleyball
Coaching soccer, basketball, and tennis for elementary students
Church choir
Haggan Watch