The Savannah Country Day School

Service Through Knowledge and Character
Campus Life

Service Learning

At Savannah Country Day, each student lives by the motto, Service Through Knowledge and Character. That’s why community service is an essential component in the education of each Savannah Country Day student.

Service learning gives students the chance to see beyond themselves and their close-knit families and groups of friends to see the larger world of which they are a part. Community service experience also serves to reinforce what is learned in the classroom.

But service isn’t a requirement. It’s an expectation. And our students never fail to meet that expectation. Whether it’s organizing a blood drive and then lining up to donate, or traveling over spring break to build houses with Habitat for Humanity, our students treat their community service commitments with the same determination and professionalism that they treat their studies.

And just as the rewards reaped from diligent study and high academic performance are many, so are those reaped from helping others. Perhaps even greater, if you ask our students.

Service Learning Coordinators

Courtney Aliotta

Christine Hefner
Savannah Country Day students are constantly using their time, talents, and resources to help others. Recent service activities include:
  • Food drive for the Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Red Cross blood drive
  • Band-aid drive for Children's Hospital