The students of Melbourne Central Catholic annually sponsor the Children's Miracle Network Mini Dance Marathon and the Blood Bank visits our campus four times per year.
Individuals who strive to reach their potential and work to positively influence their community in service of others – achieve personal, moral, and religious growth. Attaining this goal goes beyond Melbourne Central Catholic’s religious services, grade level retreats, campus ministry and religion classes. Through the school’s Community Service Program, MCC aims to integrate the virtue of serving others who have real needs into the process of learning. Because the goals of the program are so central to the goals of Catholic education, each student must complete a minimum of 100 hours of community service to his fellow man as a requirement for graduation. Outside of the classroom, students reach out to disadvantaged people by volunteering in nursing homes, schools, and hospitals or assisting the needy, elderly, handicapped or at-risk children.
The result of this experience should be a growing awareness of the needs of others, greater compassion in helping them, and a thirst for justice. Long after graduation, Melbourne Central Catholic alumni can be found volunteering their time and services to those in need in their communities.
Service hours completed after June 1st will count towards the 25 hour requirement for the 2016-2017 school year and it must be documented on this Community Service Form.
Click here for Community Service Form
Click here for Honor Society Service Form