Service is at the heart of The Cathedral School experience. We make it a priority to weave service opportunities and appropriate reflection into our curriculum. With our central focus on character education and diversity, equity, and justice initiatives, it is unsurprising that our students regularly volunteer their time outside of school and often create their own service projects to benefit the world around them.
Upper School students learn that thoughtful leadership means service to the school community and the community beyond our campus. Older students partner with younger students as mentors, assist in after-school classes, tutor children with autism through a partnership program, and engage in environmental stewardship in local parks. As captains of athletic teams, editors of the yearbook, presenters of independent studies, leads in plays, officers of Student Council, and facilitators of our affinity groups and clubs, Upper School students develop strong voices that prepare them to be lifelong leaders.