Middle School

dedicating time to their communities.

For nearly thirty years, Gilman's students have maintained a formal commitment to community service and addressing social issues. Community service as a requirement began in the Upper School with the idea of providing each student "the opportunity to learn about the needs of a community and to give him a chance to make a difference."

The Middle School continues to do its part; current students have dedicated more than 2,000 hours of time in their communities. Through community service, our boys learn to develop their own special talents while helping others.

By the end of his Middle School career, each student who entered as a sixth grader will have completed at least 20 hours of service.

Click on your class and complete the Community Service form: