Learning Through Service
Our students don’t just check off volunteer hours to satisfy a Pine School requirement, they dig deep and come to truly discover how rewarding good citizenship truly is. Dedicated in-school time to give back and partnerships with amazing local non-profits like The United Way ensure unique service opportunities and promote a heightened sense of connection to the world.
“We are so thrilled to have developed such a strong partnership with The Pine School,” stated Kathleen Stacey, United Way of Martin County’s Volunteer Coordinator. “They really stand alone locally as a School that is so dedicated to the non-profit organizations working to better our community.”
Projects have included gleaning produce at local farms, painting & landscaping community centers, stocking food banks, and participating in the organizing of providing school supplies to economically-challenged families.
In Upper School, the Outreach Prefect Committee is charged with committing time and efforts to support a range of giving initiatives. The Beta Club provides Middle Schoolers with the chance to find their passion for volunteering. Additionally, The Pine School annually supports holiday food & toy drives in coordination with local organizations serving in-need families.