Service-Learning Students Volunteering at the Freshman Orientation Camp.
  • Guilford County Schools (GCS) wants every student to become involved in service-learning. GCS offers either of the following recognitions to students who dedicate time within their high school career to make an impact in the community.  The Service-Learning Exemplary Award is an honor a GCS high school student, who devotes a minimum of 100 hours of service-learning experience in their community over the course of their high school years, may receive upon graduation. The Service-Learning Diploma is a locally developed official recognition program designed to recognize high school students who are committed to serving their community. Students who complete 250 hours of service-learning experience over the course of their high school years will receive this certification upon graduation.

    Due to Covid-19 forcing remote learning and reduced service-learning opportunities, the following prorate is for students in the Classes of 2022 and 2023. Students in these groups who have 186 hours submitted will obtain the Service-Learning Diploma.  Students in these same groups who have not obtained that threshold but have submitted at least 75 hours will obtain the Service-Learning Award.

    Henceforth, the original thresholds will apply for the Service-Learning Diploma (minimum 250 hours) and Service-Learning Award (minimum 100 hours).

    A Service-Learning Canvas page has been setup. Simply click on the Canvas page and follow the directions found there.  You will find directions to setup your account, entering hours, and creating personal projects. Problems and questions to Mr. Triolo,

    Click HERE to go to the GCS Service-Learning website.

    Parents: Click to see What Parents Need to Know About x2Vol.

    If your Service-Learning hours are not getting verified by your project advisor, click HERE to see how to fix this.

    Students interested in virtual volunteering for service learning hours can reach out to Cynthia Dye ( at her email address or by calling the Glenwood Branch Public Library ((336) 297-5000) at 1901 W Florida Street, Greensboro, NC.

    Students interested in volunteering for service learning hours at the Greensboro Children’s Museum can reach out to Mariama Abubakri at 336-574-2898 ext. 310 or email See flyer HERE.

    Additional virtual opportunities can be found under Local OpportunitiesSay Yes Guilford.