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Annual Serve Day 

For two decades, Westside Christian High School has taken time each year to step out of the classroom and serve their local community. Students, staff, and parents volunteer together at local non-profits, schools, and neighborhoods.  In 2019, all students served with their Focus Groups at more than 10 locations in Tigard, Beaverton and even Portland. The goal of Westside Christian High School’s Serve Day is for students to learn about stewardship by relating to and supporting their community. 

Westside Christian Students Serving at A Food Pantry
Mrs. Moyer's Focus Group during their Service Project
WCHS Students helping out at local schools
Westside Christian Students helping neighbors with yard work
Westside Christian Students helping with landscape maintenance at a school

Local Service Projects 

Special Olympics 

Many Westside students have become a part of a rich tradition of volunteering at the Special Olympics. For over fifteen years we have served with distinction as a school that wants to bring the love of Christ to these events and show value to those who, like us, are created uniquely in God's image. 

Students and staff at the 2017 Special Olympics

Bridgetown Ministries 

Through Bridgetown Ministries, Westside students are offered a variety of opportunities to serve the homeless here in Portland. Students have served at Bridgetown's Night Strike, a weekly expression of love and blessing to Portland's homeless, assisted with special projects surrounding the holiday season or participated in a week-long local service mission.