Community Service Tracking Sheet

As part of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma, all students must complete 40 hours of community service over their 4 years of high school. This can begin in the summer before students begin grade 9. Community service is an opportunity to give back to others in need or support an organization that requires assistance without getting paid to do so.

Grade 12 students must submit their community service hours by May 30th of their graduating year to guidance.

Students can submit their volunteer hours to guidance if using a paper tracking sheet (Community Involvement Activity Record) or have their hours verified on the Hour Republic website.

  • Come to Guidance to speak with your counsellor or guidance secretary. We have information from any organization who has contacted us seeking support in the community. We advertise opportunities over the announcements regularly.
  • Check out the website resources listed below.

This is an online volunteer database and tracking tool that students can use to record their community service hours and search for volunteer opportunities in our region. Students need to sign up online to gain access to the site.

Instruction Pamphlet

The Volunteer Action Centre offers a wide variety of local volunteering options including virtual volunteering opportunities.

The City of Cambridge offers a wide range of volunteer opportunities for students. Check out the link to explore ways to connect with your community.

Ontario Volunteer website with numerous volunteer opportunities – students can search by region.`