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The idea of “giving back” is instilled throughout our students high school experience and are expected to embody the motto “Faith in Christ…Service to Others". The DB family encourages our students to explore their comfort zones and go beyond them, seek experiences that will challenge them physically, emotionally, and spiritually. DB holds service in such high esteem, that it is incorporated into the curriculum and is a graduation requirement. The DB family wishes to continually give back to the local community and beyond. We hope each of our students graduate not only full of knowledge, but a heart full of faith, hope, love, and giving back. The true measure of success of our students isn’t the diploma after four years; it is the connection they have made with their brothers and sisters in Christ.
Students receive a .1 unit of credit for successful completion of Christian Service Hours each year.
  • Freshmen: 20 hours
  • Sophomores 25 hours
  • Juniors 35 hours
  • Seniors 70 hours*

We've compiled a list of addresses of local assisted living centers, hospitals and first responders. We invite anyone to consider writing a note of comfort to senior residents or a thank you note to the medical workers or first responders putting themselves at risk to take care of others. You can send them pictures you have drawn, prayers or poems you have written, or general well wishes – everyone likes to get mail and know they are cared for!



The Senior Service Project is a program that sends our seniors out into the community to volunteer in various ways and at a variety of sites. The majority of our students help at hospitals, grade schools- private and public, daycare centers, special education schools, parishes and nursing homes. Each senior is responsible for accruing 70 hours minimum during this 10 day leave from classes. 

Opportunities to serve beyond the St. Louis boundaries are available through annual service trips over the winter and summer months. These trips have included Joplin and Ellington, MO and Tupelo, MS.




To submit your Christian Service Hours, please go to Helper Helper on your phone or tablet/Chromebook.

Fore more information on Helper Helper - click HERE

Bishop DuBourg High School is a member of the Archdiocese of St. Louis. To learn more, please visit