Led by sixth grade science teacher Seth Pianka, the Trailblazers have been recognized for their work on the 74-acre H. Smith Richardson Wildlife Preserve and Christmas Tree Farm property, which runs along the eastern edge of campus.
Service is at the core of who we are. It furthers our mission of preparing students for a life of purpose. Through the program, students practice empathy, understand citizenship, and begin a lifelong habit of service.
In every division, students engage in on-going projects on and off campus. Through these projects we build rich partnerships with the surrounding community. The projects are also linked to the curriculum, expanding the classroom and allowing students to see the world beyond themselves. There are also several school-wide donation drives and fundraisers throughout the year.