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Life School Student Athletes 2021 Service Projects

Life School Student-Athletes Give Back Through Community Partnerships


Life High School Waxahachie (LHSW) Volunteer Initiatives:

  • Every Friday during the school year, LHSW student-athletes and Cheerleaders read books to Life School Lancaster (LSL) students through the ‘Bear Readers’ program.  
  • The LHSW Football team volunteered to pick up trash around Waxahachie in honor of the City of Waxahachie’s 'Keep Waxahachie Beautiful Day.'
  • The boys Basketball team and cheerleaders hosted a free basketball clinic and game for the Desoto Soaring Eagle Center, a nonprofit that supports adults with intellectual disabilities.
  • As part of the Life School Lancaster Elementary (LSL) carnival, the LHSW Volleyball team ran a variety of booths and games for the elementary students.


Life High School Oak Cliff (LHSOC) Volunteer Initiatives:

  • The LHSOC Volleyball team collected and donated to the Genesis Women's Shelter, a nonprofit that helps women who have experienced domestic violence and abuse. 
  • LHSOC's Cross Country and Soccer teams mentored elementary students every week through the Players Leading And Affirming Youth (PLAAY) program.
  • The LHSOC Football team partnered with Mission Oak Cliff Food Pantry to stock, load, and organize donated food.
  • During October’s ‘Pink Out’ event, the Sports Medicine team raised over $700 and donated to The Bridge Breast Cancer Network. They also wrote dozens of hand-written encouragements to local hospitals throughout the Dallas area.  


We are thankful for community partners who help improve the learning experience for our students. Developing partnerships with parents and the community is a key component to the mission of Life School. From reading, to mentoring to sponsorships, Life School has a place for you to be involved. Visit our Volunteer Page to learn how you can partner with Life School. 


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