Volunteers are vital to the success of our school.
Your involvement helps us better serve our students, alumni, parents and the school as a whole. There is a real sense of community among our volunteers. It is a great way to connect with parents, students, teachers, and staff, and share in a common purpose—supporting LCC.
The Parents’ Association, LCC’s volunteer-run organization, acts as a liaison between parents and the administration, and encourages volunteer participation in many areas of the school, including nutrition, environment, safety and security, event organization and fundraising.
There are also opportunities to become involved with the Board of Governors and the Foundation Board.
To learn more, contact the Advancement Office for further details.
Here is a sampling of where you might want to lend a hand:
An annual parent-led event to show gratitude to faculty and staff for all that they do in support of LCC students
Lending a hand in the store provides a great opportunity to meet other parents and students. All proceeds from sales go to the LCC Bursary Fund.
A special day of activities for Junior School grandparents & grandfriends organized by LCC parents and the school
Volunteers organize snacks for athletes and parents attending tournaments or special sporting events
Our parent volunteers plan this community-wide kick-off to the school year, providing parents, students, faculty and staff with the opportunity to connect
An opportunity for alumni, parents and friends of LCC to share professional journeys and words of wisdom with Senior School students
Volunteers support this annual two-day fundraiser for the library
Parents share their creativity with a variety of art projects that support community initiatives and seasonal decor needs
Parents serve as representatives for a Junior School class and share information with other parents
A great opportunity to help out with special projects and support school drama productions
Lend a hand to support the LCC library staff
Our parents act as a point of contact to help new families integrate into the LCC community