Service Learning

Our service learning program encourages students to consider connecting to their community by serving in some way, as well as raising awareness of the injustices in the world.

The program is designed to demonstrate that authentic service is mutually beneficial and leads to a life of purpose, meaning and contentment. Currently this program is offered to Years 10 and 11.  

Justice Artist Residency 2021

A group of Year 10 students from University Senior College undertook a public art initiative alongside artist Dr Daniel Connell to raise awareness around homelessness, which is aimed at enabling a greater engagement between students and those living in vulnerable conditions within Adelaide. In consultation with Lynne Moten, Service Learning Consultant and the Hutt Centre in order to better understand the complexities of homelessness, they have created a public art piece. “We are all rabbits” is an art installation which follows a storybook style narrative following two rabbits, one homeless and one with a home which delivers the simple message that we are all human. This project was made possible by a Community Development Grant from the City of Adelaide. The artwork was opened by the Deputy Lord Mayor Ms Mary Couros on Tuesday 19 October and will be displayed in the Francis Street Laneway, off Rundle Mall, during October to the end of February 2022.