Community Involvement Hours/Activities
Students must complete 40 community involvement hours as one of the requirements for their Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). The aim is to encourage students to become actively involved in making positive contributions to their community. Students may begin accumulating their 40 hours during the summer before they enter Grade 9.
- To submit completed hours students are to complete our DFH Community Involvement Hours form from their HDSB account.
Students can now count up to a maximum of 10 hours from paid employment towards their community involvement hours. Students who are counting paid employment towards their graduation requirement must submit these hours using the DFH Community Involvement Hours Form - PAID EMPLOYMENT from their hdsb account
For full details please visit the HDSB community involvement hours info page.
For community involvement opportunities please visit Volunteer Halton.