Lee-Scott students at all levels are actively engaged in service to both our school and our community. Guided by their teachers, elementary students participate in a variety of age-appropriate community service projects such as the Samaritan's Purse Shoebox project and K-911 animal rescue shelter.
Students in grades nine through twelve are required to complete a minimum of seventy-five hours of community service as a requirement for graduation. However, most of our seniors have logged far more than the minimum required.
Students actively pursue participation in a broad variety of service opportunities through their involvement in campus organizations and as a result of personal interests.