• Welcome to Seaholm Community Service!

    Seaholm High School offers many community service opportunities and clubs because helping others in need not only benefits our community but helps students develop empathy, expand their world view, connect with others and feel good about making a difference. To get the latest volunteer opportunities, we encourage students to join the Community Service Remind.

    To Join the Community Service Remind: 

    • Last Name A-L: Text @servea-l to 81010 to receive weekly community service offerings. 
    • Last Name M-Z: Text @servem-z to 81010 to receive weekly community service offerings. 

    Seaholm Community Service Opportunities

    We work together with our community to offer volunteer service opportunities for our students. For current volunteer opportunities, click Community Service Opportunities

    If you have a Community Service opportunity to share with our Seaholm students, email Katie Parker to discuss.


    Seaholm Community Service Requirements

    The Birmingham Public Schools does not require community service for graduation.

    However, Community Service is an integral and expected part of the high school experience. Whether a student is engaged in service learning through a class, club, team sport or on their own, it is important for them to document their community service hours for college applications, scholarships, awards or National Honor Society.

    Students should keep a file with information on service projects they have participated in with dates, hours, and contact information beginning in the summer of their freshman year.  Click here to download a Seaholm Community Service Log


    Seaholm Community Service Scholarships & Awards

    Each spring, there are opportunities to earn scholarships, awards and recognition for serving your community! Check out our growing list of scholarships and awards!

    Service Scholarships & Awards

    If you need any help or have questions, contact me anytime!

    Katie Parker

    Community School Organizer, Seaholm High School