|Crystal Springs Uplands School takes pride in making connections and contributing meaningfully to the world that surrounds us. Part of the school’s philosophy is to “endeavor to equip students with a sense of responsibility for the environment and to the global community.” |
CSUS encourages and supports students to engage in service that support these convictions. We would like to use this forum to highlight service projects undertaken by students. For more information about our various service learning opportunities and experiences, please contact:
Bill Kwong, Director of Community Service and Service Learning, at email@example.com or call 650-342-4175 ext. 1566.
On Saturday, April 27, a group of over 35 students, faculty and parents from CSUS transformed a house in Daly City during the annual Rebuilding Together. This year was particularly challenging...
|Varsity Girls Soccer Team Visits Shelter|
On Friday, January 25, the CSUS Girls Varsity Soccer team, as part of the "Women's Night In" program, spent the evening with 16 women who live in the Maple Street Residential Home of the InVision/Shelter Network homeless shelter.
|Basketball Team Visits Homeless Shelter|
The US Boys Varsity Basketball team traveled to Redwood City before winter break to help bring some holiday cheer at the Maple Street Shelter (part of the InnVision Shelter Network). Armed with a tree...
|American Red Cross Club |
The American Red Cross provides relief to people who are affected by disasters through a volunteer network that consists of about 2000 people in the Bay Area. We hope that by establishing this club, Crystal can join this extensive community and help individuals prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.
(Tiffany L., Crisula M.)
|Animal Activism Club |
This club fights against animal cruelty and raises awareness and funds for the cause
|C.L.O.B. (Crystal Loves Our Bay) Club |
We are a group of students who want to help clean up and preserve our bay. We will work with the “Save the Bay” organization but are not directly related to them. We want to educate people about our bay in a fun and informative way.
(Christina L., Tasha T-C., Helen M.)
|Cookies for Cancer |
We want to raise money through bake sales for the “Cookies for Kids” cancer foundation. We want to double what we made last year.
(Katia T. and Michelle E.)
Organize Student Council sponsored school wide community service events.
(Rachel D., Julia T., Hannah K.)
|Kids Helping Kids|
Community service based club to fundraise money for organizations like UNICEF and Face AIDS
(Jordan P., Ellen R., Olivia T.)
|Seventy K |
Educate doctors on how to deal with the physical and psychological effect of AYA patients
(Molly L., Alex K., and Alani D.)
|Support Planned Parenthood |
Planned Parenthood is a non-profit organization that provides health care for low income families and sexual education for teenagers. Our goal is to support the organization and educate Crystal and our surrounding peers
(Maret R., and Stephanie H.)
|Sustainable Club |
To share changes that we can make in our lifestyle to help the environment and donate/volunteer for organizations.
(Simon W., Henry F.)
|We the People |
Community Service and Volunteering, etc.
(Nooshin B., Madeline M., Kelsey B.)
|CSUS is pleased to announce our new Fundraising partnership with Bay Area nonprofit Shopping for a Change™.|
Through the Shopping for a Change™ website, you can purchase contemporary designs for the home and body, crafted by indigenous artisans from impoverished communities around the globe.
Use promotional code “CSUS” at checkout, and 50% of the net proceeds will be directed to Crystal Springs Uplands School. Thanks for your support!