A Tradition of Service
More than 90% of students are involved in Sandia Prep's voluntary Community Service program.
Through student-led projects, Sandia Prep students discover the joy of service to others while making a positive impact in the community. By encouraging students to serve, we hope to cultivate lifelong servant leaders who will continue to make a difference in their communities long after they leave us.
Some of the many service projects led by our students include:
Students assist with Bosque reclamation efforts.
Sandia Prep students help at a daycare for homeless children.
Katrina Recovery Trip
SPS 11th and 12th graders traveled to Pass Christian, Mississippi to aid residents after Hurricane Katrina.
Libros y Niños
Sandia Prep students raise money and provide books and mentoring to local elementary children in need.
Los Ranchos Elementary Sandia Prep 9th graders tutor elementary students. National Honor Society members tutor elementary Sandia Prep student volunteers partner with 5th grade students as writing buddies.
Storehouse and Roadrunner Food Bank
SPS community service groups gather donations and volunteer on-site at a local food banks.
United Blood Services Blood Drive
SPS 7th grade students sponsor an annual Blood Drive, one of the largest school blood drives in the state.
Founded by SPS students in 1992, this program pairs elementary students in need with SPS Upper School volunteers, who provide shoes, socks, and mentoring. SPS students raise all necessary funds through work projects.