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Community Service 

Students in the Classes of 2015 and beyond are required to complete an average of 10 hours of Community Service a year, for each of their four years of high school, for a total of 40 hours.

What counts as community service? 

     The following illustrate examples of community service which meet this requirement:

          1.  Volunteer work for a service organization (Rotary, Kiwanis, Soroptimists, etc.)

          2.  Volunteer work for a non-profit organization such as the Fallbrook Food Bank, Angel Society, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, etc.

          3.  Volunteer work for churches

          4.  Volunteer work as a leader in a youth group

          5.  Volunteer in a student-club-organized community service activity

     The following illustrate examples of community service which do not meet this requirement:

          1.  Paid work

          2.  Volunteer work for family/relatives

          3.  Attending church, Bible study, youth group meetings, etc.

All community service must be pre-approved by the principal/designee in order to fulfill this graduation requirement.


Where can I do community service?

There are many places in Fallbrook where you can complete your community service, including but NOT limited to the following:

Angel Society, Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary, Ivy High School Garden, Kiwanis, Rotary, Fallbrook Trails Council, Live Oak Park, etc.


Is there a form for completing community service?

Yes, use the Community Service form here.



Where do I submit my form?

Forms must be submitted to Oasis Counselor, Mr. Barraza. You may email him at 


If I have a question about whether or not my community service idea counts, whom do I ask?

Ask the principal or counselor.  Remember, community service must be pre-approved.