• Mascot Service Learning at Meade High School includes 40 hours of curricular integrated action. Your student will engage, plan, act, and reflect specifically through courses noted below to ensure this graduation requirement is completed. For additional school information on Service Learning, please contact Tracey Sellers (tlsellers@aacps.org), the service liaison.

    • The Personal Project satisfies the hours of service learning students earn while at Meade High beginning with the Class of 2025.

      • Personal Project
        • Mrs. Jennifer Quinn jquinn@aacps.org and Mrs. Victoria Grier vgrier@aacps.org  
          • By completing a Personal Project, students inquire into how their personal interests impact not only themselves but also their community.  Students work on a Personal Project in 9th and 10th grades over the course of 2 semesters, and earn 40 hours based on the process lessons and reflections they complete, in addition to developing a product for their community.  

    Preparing our Youth for Tomorrow

    • In addition to the course implementation of Service Learning noted above, students can further their community response through Service Clubs and Organizations. At  BMeade High School this includes:

    Students can get hours through clubs. Most clubs have service as part of their club and can receive hours by doing service-oriented activities. The advisors will sign off on service activities they perform within their club. We also have larger activities like the Wellness fair, Polar Bear Plunge, Harvest for the Hungry, etc... that students can volunteer time. Students can also work outside of school and document their hours using the AACPS Service Learning Portal. 

    • Key Club- Advisor: Ms. Korona - kkorona@aacps.org
    • LEAP (Leaders of Environmental Awareness and Protection) - Diggs
    • Meade Service Club - Mrs. Sellers - tlsellers@aacps.org