Community Service Activities at a Glance
Upper School students engage in a range of weekly, monthly and annual outreach opportunities that help them realize and embrace their shared responsibility for bettering our world.
They can be found tutoring elementary school students at schools in various locations including Wilmington and San Pedro, interacting with developmentally disabled students, assisting with projects at local convalescent and retirement homes in the South Bay, engaging in environmental restoration projects or visiting patients with cognitive or traumatic brain injuries.
Explore what it means to be a committed member of the Upper School Community Service Advisory Board!
Weekly Service Opportunities
Each spring, seniors get the opportunity to undertake a three-week community service program, contributing five days a week for seven hours a day as part of the project.
It’s not only a chance to serve, but to reflect on their own lives and recognize the force for change they can be in the world around them.
Organizations we support:
- AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA)
- Bob Hope Hollywood USO
- Boys and Girls Clubs of the Los Angeles Harbor
- Braille Institute
- Habitat for Humanity
- Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
- Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy
- Park Western Elementary School
- Pediatric Therapy Network
2021-22 Service Trip: Spring Break in South Korea
This trip provides Chadwick students with a wonderful opportunity to connect with our sister school, Chadwick International (CI) in Songdo, South Korea. This extraordinary experience immerses students in the culture and history of South Korea and provides first-hand connection with their peer counterparts at CI. Students attend two half days of class with their CI buddies, explore Seoul, visit the Demilitarized Zone, take classes in traditional Korean calligraphy and cuisine, and much more!