Community Involvement

Here is the Community Involvement Completion Form which also includes a list of TDSB Approved Activities and Ministry of Education Ineligible Activities. Review this before selecting your activity.

Community Hours

Students are required to complete 40 hours of community involvement as part of the requirement for their Ontario Secondary School Diploma. Students can start earning their community hours after they have completed grade 8.

Students are encouraged to do more than the required 40 hours for many reasons. This encourages civic responsibilities, promotes community values, and supports career exploration. As well, many scholarships are tied NOT ONLY to marks but to community involvement as well.

More information about volunteering opportunities can be found on the Volunteer bulletin board in the cafeteria, in the Guidance office, and at a variety of community websites. Some sites are listed below:

Here is a step-by-step guide to getting started on your Community Involvement from the TDSB.