Community

Volunteering

Volunteering not only promotes personal growth, self-esteem, and civic responsibility, but it also brings people together and strengthens the community.  In addition, colleges consider the amount of community service a student has completed when making admissions and scholarship decisions.

Community Service for Students at PSA

Because of the great benefits associated with volunteerism, it is recommended that each student at Palmetto Scholars Academy complete at least ten (10) hours of community service per academic year.  Service must benefit an organization or individual that is not related to the student in any way.  If the student has any questions about whether something will be approved – please email Terra Poetzscher.

Students and Parents here is the link to Log Volunteer Hours

Community Service Hours for Parents

A PSA parent is required to support the school with his/her time through donating a minimum of ten (10) hours of volunteer service during the school year, setting a good example for PSA students. Families with more than one child are asked to work five (5) additional hours per each additional child with a maximum of 20 hours per family. PSA will no longer be accepting donations in lieu of volunteering. 
Student and Parents here is the link to Log Volunteer Hours

Volunteering Opportunities

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  • Katie‚Äôs Krops

    PSA is home to a Katie's Krops student-led garden. Help is needed with mulching, weeding, and harvesting. Sign up here.
  • Holocaust memorial daffodil garden

    PSA students planted daffodil bulbs at the school entrance to remember children who lost their lives in the Holocaust. 

The PSA Difference

Palmetto Scholars Academy (PSA) is a public charter school designed to discover, nurture, and optimize the full potential of intellectually gifted 6th-12th grade students