Exceptional Service Project

ESPThe MASC/MAHS Exceptional Service Project Award is an opportunity for all of our member schools to showcase a service project they have completed. Any service project, big, small, complex, simple, there are no limits to which service project can be submitted! The project does not have to be original, unique, or special in any way. Any student council, leadership class, honor society, or student organization (or any combination of the above) may submit to be recognized. The committee is looking for well-organized projects that challenge the student group and serve the community in some way. 

2018 Exceptional Service Project Award Application

Examples of Projects

Blood Drives | Faculty Appreciation | Community Clean-Up | Yard Raking | Seatbelt Task Force | Hospital Donations | Book Drives u Adopt-A-Family | Senior Citizen Events | Food Drives u Safety Awareness | Charity Walks | Tutoring | Babysitting | After-School Programs | Benefits | Community Issues/Awareness Events


2017 Exceptional Service Project Award Winners

Allen Park High School

Canton High School

Chippewa Hills High School

Comstock High School

Eisenhower High School

Gull Lake High School

Harper Creek High School

John Glenn High School (Bay City)

Kettering High School

Plymouth High School

Riverview Community High School

Rochester High School

Stoney Creek High School

Trenton High School

Utica High School

Wayland Union High School