Christian Service

Making a Difference

 "As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God's varied grace" (1 Peter 4:10).

Service is integral to the Xavier experience and is deeply embedded in the educational fabric of the School and woven into the curriculum and extra-curricular activities. Xavier’s Christian Service Program was founded in 1976, the first program of its kind in Arizona and one of the largest youth service providers in the state.

Students are required to complete 50 hours of community service prior to completion of their junior year. Xavier students collectively contribute more than 30,000 service hours annually to more than 100 local non-profit organizations. Known worldwide for academic and athletic excellence, Xavier’s impact on the community is felt in the gift of service given generously by its students.

Over the course of their service experience, students will:

  • Develop greater awareness of the needs of the community through service
  • Alleviate injustice through the works of mercy and social action
  • Accept the challenge to be witnesses to faith hope and charity in our world
  • Grow in compassion, patience and generosity by committing to a service project
  • Advance in self-awareness through meaningful reflection
Xavier Students


Local Christian Communities Served



Service Hours Logged annually

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