Senior Service

One of the dynamic features of Jesuit Education is its attempt to help students translate the Gospel message to love one another into action by being of service to those in need. To this end, U of D Jesuit High School has developed its Senior Service program. The school believes that in giving of oneself the student does more than just help others. By opening himself up to the needs of his fellow man, the student challenges himself by facing realities that may once have seemed too distant to garner his attention. The challenge is to find, receive and give love among our society's most vulnerable. Through this challenge Senior Service aims to open the student's mind and heart to God's love. The school has made a commitment to release seniors from class on Wednesday mornings throughout the school year to be of service to the metropolitan community. This program is an effort to convey to the seniors the reality that their education is not only for themselves but for others as well. This year marks the 46th anniversary of the Senior Service Program.

Seniors serve in more than 50 agencies, schools and hospitals in the metropolitan Detroit community. They serve as tutors, mentors, hospice volunteers and in other service capacities. Click on any of the links below to learn more about this program.

Current Senior Service Sites
Check back often as the list is frequently updated.

Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to some of parents' most frequently asked questions about Senior Service.

Service Calendar
This site lists the service dates for the 2016-17 school year.

Contains a condensed version of the information students received during the Senior Service orientation meeting in May.

Senior Service Attendance Forms
Students must have this form signed every Wednesday by their site supervisor and returned to the Ignatian Service Office by 2:45pm.

Senior Service Typed Reflections
Typed reflections must be submitted to the Ignatian Service Office on the last school day of each month. Students will also present one of their narratives at a reflection group over the course of their senior year.