Christian Community Service
The Christian community service requirement is 100 hours over the course of a student’s four years at Antonian. Students are informed of available opportunities to volunteer through announcements, newsletters and informal dialogues with the chaplain. Homerooms and clubs also sponsor community service activities to encourage and direct students to volunteer.
Ninth grade students are expected to provide service to their families. Tenth grade students are expected to provide service to their school. Eleventh grade students are expected to provide service to their parish. Twelfth grade students are expected to provide service to the city-wide community.
In addition to this expectation, Antonian students provide over 20,000 hours of service to the community through their involvement in clubs and school activities.
During the 2005-2006 school year students raised over $15,000.00 to assist children in Zambia through the Children in Need Foundation.
During the 2010-2011 school year students raised over $8,000 for an orphanage in Kenya by selling dominoes for a dollar each. At the end of the fundraising period all the dominoes were placed in a chain formation on the gym floor to show the domino effect and represent how one person can make a difference.