US Community Service

community serviceCommunity service is encouraged throughout the grades. Students work to accumulate 40 hours of community service in their junior and senior years. During the first quarter, 11th grade students complete an elective class where the students volunteer at different non-profit groups, exposing students to as many different experiences and opportunities as possible. Guest speakers from a variety of organizations also visit to speak about volunteering options.

Students are required to earn twenty volunteer hours in their junior year and twenty in their senior year. Half of the hours are acquired in their junior year during community service class.

Students are encouraged to choose one non-profit and spend most of their hours there to build a relationship with the organization.


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Our son learned the valuable skills of teamwork, patience and perseverance during his time at Centreville Layton as well as the academic strategies to move forward into a typical high school setting. Centreville Layton strikes a great balance of family-like warmth and discipline in a beautiful country setting.

Jan B.
Former Parent

This past year has been completely transformational for our daughter and her positive strides have been noticeable both at home and at school. She is growing into the best version of herself and her teachers at CLS have played a significant role in her progress.

Michelle L.
Middle School parent

This year, I’ve learned to understand that acceptance is greatly appreciated but difficult to find. Compared to where I came from, CLS houses some of the most accepting people that I’ve ever met. I am thankful for every little act of kindness shown towards me or even towards another student. They have not gone unnoticed.


We’re prepared for this because we’ve learned how to work hard, solve problems, be independent, happy, responsible and kind to all.


The support from my teachers taught me not just reading and writing, but to embrace who I am, to learn from my mistakes and grow because of them.