Dedicated Service Graduate (DSG) Program
Become a Spring ISD Dedicated Service Graduate!
All high school students can graduate with:
- 120 hours of Community Service
- An honor cord for graduation ceremony
- Recognition during graduation ceremony
Frequently Asked Questions
Instilled with an interest in volunteerism, it is our goal that Spring ISD students serve in their community while in school and throughout their lives. This involvement will positively impact our communities and citizens as we believe volunteerism equals success! Please click on the link below to learn more about Spring ISD's Dedicated Service Graduate Program.
Student DSG Application (Must Be Signed By Student & Parent)
To be eligible for the Dedicated Service Graduate Program, the application must be turned in prior to beginning your service hours. Please click on the link below to access the Dedicated Service Graduate Program Application. You will need to print the application and turn it in to your DSG campus coordinator.
Student Service Verification Form
Please click on the link below to access the Student Service Verification Form. You will need a copy of this form to take to each community service event. Copies of all completed verification forms, with a Service Summary Cover Sheet, need to be turned in to your DSG campus contact on April 1 of each school year.
Service Summary Cover Sheet
Please click on the link below to access the Service Summary Cover Sheet. This cover sheet must be completed and placed on top of the stack of all of your verification forms that you will turn in to your DSG campus coordinator on April 1 of each school year.
Site Coordinator Request Form
If you are interested in having DSG students volunteer for your event, click on the link below to access the form. Contact a DSG campus coordinator for information on submitting forms.
Site Coordinator FAQ
Please click on the link below to learn more about requesting volunteers for your program.
DSG Campus Contacts