R.B. Stall High's Jefferson Program Ranked Third in the Nation!
Charleston County School District's R.B. Stall High School has been named the nation's bronze medallion recipient of the "Students in Action National Recipient For Outstanding Service By a High School" for its effective implementation of the Jefferson Awards for Public Service system and its outstanding track record and culture of service within the school.
The Jefferson Awards for Public Service was founded in 1972 by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Senator Robert Taft, Jr. and Sam Beard to create a Noble Prize for public and community service. The mission of the Jefferson Awards is to encourage and honor individuals for their achievements and contributions through public and community involvement.
The Jefferson Awards Students in Action program was created with the goals of promoting the value of volunteerism among youth and helping to double volunteerism in American high schools. The strategy is to create Jefferson Awards youth leadership teams in each high school to celebrate great volunteers, inspire others to get involved and help raise additional resources to expand volunteer activities in areas of need.
Learn more about the Jefferson Awards and Students in Action and R.B. Stall High School.