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Service Learning

Read the stories and testimonies of previous Week Without Walls trips on the Service Learning blog:

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At ICS, we believe that service learning is more than just a requirement. It's an opportunity to learn about sacrifice and intentionality, humility, and how we can all make a difference in the world.
We want our students to grow up knowing that they can make a difference at any age level and in any location--and we want them to do it with joy and intentionality. That's why we offer this amazing program!
The service learning program provides the ICS community with opportunities to explore concepts of sacrifice, intentionality, humility, and varying methods of serving others so that as they grow up, they will become people of service beyond just requirements or programs, but who instead live a lifestyle of service.
It equips community members to discover the needs of those around them and identify ways they can sacrificially meet those needs through their time, talents, and abilities.
 "Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity." I Timothy 4:12

Service Learning Standards

Each year, our students participate in a variety of programs that help them learn about their community, the world around them, and themselves.

Project 4:12 Chapels are a great way for elementary students to learn about their community and how they can make an impact on it. Each grade level participates in chapel services throughout the year, focusing on one theme each year. The Buddy Program connects MS/HS students with ES students to research organizations in Singapore to raise money through Change for Change, as well as serving during the week of the capstone project--Week Without Walls/ Elementary SEW.