Ministry

Service

Service is an integral opportunity that allows students to achieve excellence outside of the classroom. Lake Catholic is committed to seeking opportunities for our students to serve others in our community.

List of 5 items.

  • Cougar-to-Cougar Initiative

    Lake Catholic High School enjoys a close-knit relationship with St. Thomas Aquinas Elementary School in Cleveland. Multiple events are organized for service opportunities, all school drives, and special projects. We love our little Cougars!
    For questions, contact Mr. Gregg Stovicek at gstovicek@lakecatholic.org.
  • Feed My Lambs Meal Ministry

    Feed My Lambs Meal Ministry
    We make our commitment to the hungry and the homeless with food preparation as our personal connection to people in immediate need. On the last Tuesday of each month, we prepare 60 hot meals for Project Hope for the Homeless in Painesville. We also make 200 sandwiches and pots of soup to be served at St. Malachi Hunger Center in Cleveland. Students and adults join to make these meals in a spirit of solidarity and fellowship.

    The monthly cost of this program is $500 and we hope you will consider an exciting underwriting opportunity of the Feed My Lambs Meal Ministry Program. We hope you will join us in our efforts to help people in need from our community. For more information on underwriting opportunities click here.

    For questions or more information, please contact Mrs. Alison Ellis at aellis@lakecatholic.orgor 440-578-1020 ext. 256.
  • Forms/Downloads

    Summer Service Opportunities
    Service Sites and Phone Numbers
    Service Form
  • Nicodemus Pallbearer Ministry

    This special ministry allows us to serve others while reinforcing the consistent ethic of respect for life from conception to natural death. Our scholars respond to requests from families in need of pallbearers or altar servers for wakes, funerals, and graveside services. Humbled and honored, we pray with the families and act as representatives of our greater Catholic family with respect and compassion.

    For questions, contact Mr. Gregg Stovicek at gstovicek@lakecatholic.org.
  • Service Requirements

    Lake Catholic strives to educate the whole person intellectually, spiritually, and physically. As active members of a vibrant community, our students develop an awareness of their responsibility to use their gifts and talents for the greater good in our society. We are proud that, along with academic excellence, service is an integral part of the mission of Lake Catholic High School. Our Service Program instills and encourages a spirit of respect and compassion that prompts students to expand their willingness to serve. This 'attitude of service' provides our students with opportunities to fully live the Gospel message and to express their faith and education through action.

    Freshmen - The Community Service Program is incorporated into the Freshman Religion Curriculum. Students will complete 10 hours of service throughout the school year.
    Sophomores - 15 hours of service to a church completed by June 1. All forms to be turned in to Service Office.
    Juniors - 15 hours of service to those in need completed by June 1. All forms to be turned in to Service Office.
    Seniors - 10 hours of service to Lake Catholic completed March 1. All forms to be turned in to the Service Office.

    All additional service hours performed will be added to the total service hours to be counted toward service awards. All hours must be turned in by March 1 of senior year to be considered for service awards at graduation.

    Students who have not completed their service requirement for the previous school year will need to make up those hours this school year. Those students will be notified within the first few weeks of the school year.

    All requirements must be met in order to graduate and participate in the graduation ceremony. Students may begin accumulating hours as of June 1 of their eighth-grade year.

    For questions, contact Mrs. Alison Ellis at aellis@lakecatholic.org or 440-578-1020 x 256.

- Mrs. Alison Ellis, Campus Minister

"Working with our students is an honor that I enjoy more and more each year, watching them grow spiritually through service to others is a special experience."