Community Service

  • Giving Back the Orting Way!

    OHS seniors must earn a minimum of 25 community service hours to graduate. You will find community service opportunities and how to record your volunteer hours below.

    • 2024 seniors and beyond must earn up to 25 hours

    Many of our OHS clubs provide opportunities to earn community service!

    Volunteer Match - Enter your city, along with other preferences.

    There will be an OHS form to log your community service hours. Community service hours will be verified by OHS administration!

    Community Service is NOT:

    Working for family members
    Volunteering for less than 25 hours total
    For pay
    Required by a court

  • Local Opportunities

    POP Gymnastics Collective is looking for volunteers/mentors for aspiring gymnasts for spring and summer.

    The South Hill Library is looking for teens (ages 12-18) to help in the development of library programs, suggest library materials to purchase, gain leadership skills, create and work on special projects, and to give teens a place to hang out. If interested, complete the Teen Advisory Board Interest Form and return to the South Hill Library in Puyallup.

    The Orting Eagles would like all high school students to know they are always available for community service hours. Contact: Orting Eagles-(360)893-3480

    The Student Success Center of Orting is offering an internship program where students can earn community service hours. 

    • Contact, Essie Garcia at 360-872-1390 

    City of Orting: if you are interested in volunteering, please email them at recreation@cityoforting.org or call at (360) 893-9017 

    Also consider:

    Regional Opportunities

    The Opportunities Await website has many resources for community service, and other activities!

    The Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium seeks Zoo Youth Volunteers. Questions, call or email: (253) 404-3687 or volunteer@pdza.org


  • The Orting School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Debi Christensen, Title IX Coordinator & Civil Rights Coordinator, 360-893-6500 x243, christensend@orting. wednet.edu; Chris Willis, Section 504 Coordinator, 360-893-6500 x233 willisc@orting.wednet.edu, 121 Whitesell Street NE, Orting, WA 98360.