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Friends education strives to be socially responsible. Peace and war, racism and brotherhood, ignorance and poverty, injustice and law, violence and nonviolence--all these are both subjects for study and issues for commitment for students as they seek to become effective citizens. Because Friends believe that faith requires action in the world, the schools emphasize the development of a caring community, peaceful resolution of conflict, and service to others, especially those less fortunate. .. Students grow into compassionate and responsible adults who recognize their interconnectedness with the larger human family. – Friends Council on Education

At Scattergood Friends School, we focus on the whole school’s commitment to community living and service, rather than the individual’s community service hours.  Members of the community work approximately three hours per week on crews for the purpose of maintaining the school buildings and grounds, vegetable and animal growth and harvesting, community cooking, and residential cleaning. Service in community is not delegated to the individual but rather to the community, as a whole.

A more prolonged off-campus chance for community service occurs for juniors and seniors during their 7th Term month-long trips. These trips traditionally include Latin America and service trips within the United States. During the Latin American trips, students stay with local families and also participate in a variety of community action activities. Recent projects include helping to build a new medical center, building playground equipment, and clearing trails.

At Scattergood, we also believe in including service learning in our academic curriculum. Project classes such as Leadership & Conflict Resolution and Community Action are offered to students interested in reaching out to others in ways which are peaceful and effective. A new addition to our Community Living and Service Program is the Youth Peace Project by AVP. AVP (Alternatives to Violence Project) is a program of the American Friends Service Committee that uses an experiential training model to teach non-violence to youth.  By providing a venue for peaceful dialogue, AVP for Youth serves the Scattergood community and the greater community, at large.

Whether by way of in-reach or out-reach, Scattergood Friends School offers a rich array of opportunities for community service within and outside its immediate community. 

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Friends education strives to be socially responsible. Peace and war, racism and brotherhood, ignorance and poverty, injustice and law, violence and nonviolence--all these are both subjects for study and issues for commitment for students as they seek to become effective citizens. Because Friends believe that faith requires action in the world, the schools emphasize the development of a caring community, peaceful resolution of conflict, and service to others, especially those less fortunate. .. Students grow into compassionate and responsible adults who recognize their interconnectedness with the larger human family. – Friends Council on Education

At Scattergood Friends School, we focus on the whole school’s commitment to community living and service, rather than the individual’s community service hours.  Members of the community work approximately three hours per week on crews for the purpose of maintaining the school buildings and grounds, vegetable and animal growth and harvesting, community cooking, and residential cleaning. Service in community is not delegated to the individual but rather to the community, as a whole.

A more prolonged off-campus chance for community service occurs for juniors and seniors during their 7th Term month-long trips. These trips traditionally include Latin America and service trips within the United States. During the Latin American trips, students stay with local families and also participate in a variety of community action activities. Recent projects include helping to build a new medical center, building playground equipment, and clearing trails.

At Scattergood, we also believe in including service learning in our academic curriculum. Project classes such as Leadership & Conflict Resolution and Community Action are offered to students interested in reaching out to others in ways which are peaceful and effective. A new addition to our Community Living and Service Program is the Youth Peace Project by AVP. AVP (Alternatives to Violence Project) is a program of the American Friends Service Committee that uses an experiential training model to teach non-violence to youth.  By providing a venue for peaceful dialogue, AVP for Youth serves the Scattergood community and the greater community, at large.

Whether by way of in-reach or out-reach, Scattergood Friends School offers a rich array of opportunities for community service within and outside its immediate community. 

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Friends education strives to be socially responsible. Peace and war, racism and brotherhood, ignorance and poverty, injustice and law, violence and nonviolence--all these are both subjects for study and issues for commitment for students as they seek to become effective citizens. Because Friends believe that faith requires action in the world, the schools emphasize the development of a caring community, peaceful resolution of conflict, and service to others, especially those less fortunate. .. Students grow into compassionate and responsible adults who recognize their interconnectedness with the larger human family. – Friends Council on Education

At Scattergood Friends School, we focus on the whole school’s commitment to community living and service, rather than the individual’s community service hours.  Members of the community work approximately three hours per week on crews for the purpose of maintaining the school buildings and grounds, vegetable and animal growth and harvesting, community cooking, and residential cleaning. Service in community is not delegated to the individual but rather to the community, as a whole.

A more prolonged off-campus chance for community service occurs for juniors and seniors during their 7th Term month-long trips. These trips traditionally include Latin America and service trips within the United States. During the Latin American trips, students stay with local families and also participate in a variety of community action activities. Recent projects include helping to build a new medical center, building playground equipment, and clearing trails.

At Scattergood, we also believe in including service learning in our academic curriculum. Project classes such as Leadership & Conflict Resolution and Community Action are offered to students interested in reaching out to others in ways which are peaceful and effective. A new addition to our Community Living and Service Program is the Youth Peace Project by AVP. AVP (Alternatives to Violence Project) is a program of the American Friends Service Committee that uses an experiential training model to teach non-violence to youth.  By providing a venue for peaceful dialogue, AVP for Youth serves the Scattergood community and the greater community, at large.

Whether by way of in-reach or out-reach, Scattergood Friends School offers a rich array of opportunities for community service within and outside its immediate community. 

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At Scattergood Friends School, we focus on the whole school’s commitment to community living and service, rather than the individual’s community service hours.  Members of the community work approximately three hours per week on crews for the purpose of maintaining the school buildings and grounds, vegetable and animal growth and harvesting, community cooking, and residential cleaning. Service in community is not delegated to the individual but rather to the community, as a whole.

A more prolonged off-campus chance for community service occurs for juniors and seniors during their 7th Term month-long trips. These trips traditionally include Latin America and service trips within the United States. During the Latin American trips, students stay with local families and also participate in a variety of community action activities. Recent projects include helping to build a new medical center, building playground equipment, and clearing trails.

At Scattergood, we also believe in including service learning in our academic curriculum. Project classes such as Leadership & Conflict Resolution and Community Action are offered to students interested in reaching out to others in ways which are peaceful and effective. A new addition to our Community Living and Service Program is the Youth Peace Project by AVP. AVP (Alternatives to Violence Project) is a program of the American Friends Service Committee that uses an experiential training model to teach non-violence to youth.  By providing a venue for peaceful dialogue, AVP for Youth serves the Scattergood community and the greater community, at large.

Whether by way of in-reach or out-reach, Scattergood Friends School offers a rich array of opportunities for community service within and outside its immediate community. 

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At Scattergood Friends School, we focus on the whole school’s commitment to community living and service, rather than the individual’s community service hours.  Members of the community work approximately three hours per week on crews for the purpose of maintaining the school buildings and grounds, vegetable and animal growth and harvesting, community cooking, and residential cleaning. Service in community is not delegated to the individual but rather to the community, as a whole.

A more prolonged off-campus chance for community service occurs for juniors and seniors during their 7th Term month-long trips. These trips traditionally include Latin America and service trips within the United States. During the Latin American trips, students stay with local families and also participate in a variety of community action activities. Recent projects include helping to build a new medical center, building playground equipment, and clearing trails.

At Scattergood, we also believe in including service learning in our academic curriculum. Project classes such as Leadership & Conflict Resolution and Community Action are offered to students interested in reaching out to others in ways which are peaceful and effective. A new addition to our Community Living and Service Program is the Youth Peace Project by AVP. AVP (Alternatives to Violence Project) is a program of the American Friends Service Committee that uses an experiential training model to teach non-violence to youth.  By providing a venue for peaceful dialogue, AVP for Youth serves the Scattergood community and the greater community, at large.

Whether by way of in-reach or out-reach, Scattergood Friends School offers a rich array of opportunities for community service within and outside its immediate community. 

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At Scattergood Friends School, we focus on the whole school’s commitment to community living and service, rather than the individual’s community service hours.  Members of the community work approximately three hours per week on crews for the purpose of maintaining the school buildings and grounds, vegetable and animal growth and harvesting, community cooking, and residential cleaning. Service in community is not delegated to the individual but rather to the community, as a whole.

A more prolonged off-campus chance for community service occurs for juniors and seniors during their 7th Term month-long trips. These trips traditionally include Latin America and service trips within the United States. During the Latin American trips, students stay with local families and also participate in a variety of community action activities. Recent projects include helping to build a new medical center, building playground equipment, and clearing trails.

At Scattergood, we also believe in including service learning in our academic curriculum. Project classes such as Leadership & Conflict Resolution and Community Action are offered to students interested in reaching out to others in ways which are peaceful and effective. A new addition to our Community Living and Service Program is the Youth Peace Project by AVP. AVP (Alternatives to Violence Project) is a program of the American Friends Service Committee that uses an experiential training model to teach non-violence to youth.  By providing a venue for peaceful dialogue, AVP for Youth serves the Scattergood community and the greater community, at large.

Whether by way of in-reach or out-reach, Scattergood Friends School offers a rich array of opportunities for community service within and outside its immediate community. 

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At Scattergood Friends School, we focus on the whole school’s commitment to community living and service, rather than the individual’s community service hours.  Members of the community work approximately three hours per week on crews for the purpose of maintaining the school buildings and grounds, vegetable and animal growth and harvesting, community cooking, and residential cleaning. Service in community is not delegated to the individual but rather to the community, as a whole.

A more prolonged off-campus chance for community service occurs for juniors and seniors during their 7th Term month-long trips. These trips traditionally include Latin America and service trips within the United States. During the Latin American trips, students stay with local families and also participate in a variety of community action activities. Recent projects include helping to build a new medical center, building playground equipment, and clearing trails.

At Scattergood, we also believe in including service learning in our academic curriculum. Project classes such as Leadership & Conflict Resolution and Community Action are offered to students interested in reaching out to others in ways which are peaceful and effective. A new addition to our Community Living and Service Program is the Youth Peace Project by AVP. AVP (Alternatives to Violence Project) is a program of the American Friends Service Committee that uses an experiential training model to teach non-violence to youth.  By providing a venue for peaceful dialogue, AVP for Youth serves the Scattergood community and the greater community, at large.

Whether by way of in-reach or out-reach, Scattergood Friends School offers a rich array of opportunities for community service within and outside its immediate community. 

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Friends education strives to be socially responsible. Peace and war, racism and brotherhood, ignorance and poverty, injustice and law, violence and nonviolence--all these are both subjects for study and issues for commitment for students as they seek to become effective citizens. Because Friends believe that faith requires action in the world, the schools emphasize the development of a caring community, peaceful resolution of conflict, and service to others, especially those less fortunate. .. Students grow into compassionate and responsible adults who recognize their interconnectedness with the larger human family. – Friends Council on Education

At Scattergood Friends School, we focus on the whole school’s commitment to community living and service, rather than the individual’s community service hours.  Members of the community work approximately three hours per week on crews for the purpose of maintaining the school buildings and grounds, vegetable and animal growth and harvesting, community cooking, and residential cleaning. Service in community is not delegated to the individual but rather to the community, as a whole.

A more prolonged off-campus chance for community service occurs for juniors and seniors during their 7th Term month-long trips. These trips traditionally include Latin America and service trips within the United States. During the Latin American trips, students stay with local families and also participate in a variety of community action activities. Recent projects include helping to build a new medical center, building playground equipment, and clearing trails.

At Scattergood, we also believe in including service learning in our academic curriculum. Project classes such as Leadership & Conflict Resolution and Community Action are offered to students interested in reaching out to others in ways which are peaceful and effective. A new addition to our Community Living and Service Program is the Youth Peace Project by AVP. AVP (Alternatives to Violence Project) is a program of the American Friends Service Committee that uses an experiential training model to teach non-violence to youth.  By providing a venue for peaceful dialogue, AVP for Youth serves the Scattergood community and the greater community, at large.

Whether by way of in-reach or out-reach, Scattergood Friends School offers a rich array of opportunities for community service within and outside its immediate community.