A Community of Parent Volunteerism

Welcome to the Flintridge Sacred Heart community of parents! It is our pleasure to assist you as a parent volunteer during your daughter’s time here on the Hill. Your volunteer service is not only deeply appreciated, but it is also essential.

Volunteer Opportunities

The volunteer services our parents provide allow many of the cherished traditions at Flintridge Sacred Heart to continue, strengthening the bonds of those who have come before and those who will follow your daughters.  Volunteers also play a crucial role in providing support to our administrative staff and help offset school operational expenses.

There are many opportunities to serve and support the school community. Below is a summary list.  Please complete the Volunteer Interest Form online, and you will be contacted by the parent in charge for more details. 

Admissions Docents

These volunteers serve as the "voice of the school," leading prospective parent tours during Open House, 8th Grade Visiting Days and other admissions events. They are important representatives who share their experiences with the next generation of FSHA parents.

Booster Club

The Booster Club is a parent group that supports the athletics department. Boosters often sell school merchandise at events and help organize, publicize and run the Athletics Hall of Fame Award Mass and Dinner, which takes place in February.

Flintridge Fund Committee

The Flintridge Fund Committee leads the efforts of FSHA’s Flintridge Fund by serving as co-chairs or committee members.  Comprised of approximately 30 members, the committee has meetings, trainings and phonathons throughout the year and some outreach and follow up are done independently.

Friends of the Arts (FOTA)

Friends of the Arts is a parent group that supports the Visual and Performing Arts department. FOTA helps organize, publicize and run events such as ComedySportz matches, the Fall Musical, the Dance Concert and the Art Show.

The Parents’ Guild

The Parents’ Guild organizes and supports a number of events for the school community, such as the Mother Daughter Luncheon, Father Daughter Dance and the Faculty/Staff Appreciation Luncheon.

Special Events

Gala and Golf Tournament, our annual fundraising events, and Grandparents Day offer many volunteer opportunities, from participation on the planning committee to volunteering the day of the event. Plus, they are a great way to develop friendships with fellow parents.

Volunteer Details

List of 5 frequently asked questions.

  • Hours required

    Each family is required to provide 30 hours of service (15 hours for single parents or 15 hours each in separated and divorced families). The time allotted for completing service hours is May 1 to April 30. 
  • Payment in lieu of serving

    If your service hours are not completed within the time period stated above, parents will be charged $15 for each hour remaining. The Business Office will issue an invoice in May based on hours reported by parents as of April 30th. Hours worked on the Faculty/Staff luncheon will be reported by the parent coordinator and your invoice will be adjusted accordingly.  Unpaid balances due as of May 31stwill be added to the July 1stbilling statement for returning parents; Seniors must pay upon receipt of the invoice. The hours are not transferable nor may they be carried over to the following school year.
  • Purchase of food or supplies

    Purchased food for sporting events or other hospitality events are credited one hour for each $15 spent (donation of goods to Golf and Gala do not qualify). Water bottles and tissue boxes are always welcome at the high school.  Please complete the Parent Service Hours Receipt form, attach receipts and submit at the high school.  There is box by the Principal’s office labeled “Parent Service Hour Receipts” to submit your receipts and completed form.  Blank forms can be found on our website and at the high school’s front desk.
  • Visiting campus  

    All volunteers must park in visitor designated parking space as all other spaces are assigned.  Volunteers must also sign the visitor log and obtain a guest pass either in the high school lobby, the lower lot attendant or at the reception desk of the Administration Building.  The guest pass must be worn at all times during your time on campus.  When finished, return directly to the office to sign out before exiting. 
  • Reporting Hours

    It is the responsibility of the parent to report parent service hours. Parent volunteer time should be reported per event. Please use the Parent Service Hours form to submit your hours. We only accept service hour submissions online.  If you would like to know the status of your account, please email servicehours@fsha.org.
Please do not wait until the end of the year to complete your service hours. It is the responsibility of the parent to complete this obligation. 
Important note: Please remember that whenever you volunteer for a specific duty (whether working an event or bringing food for an event) you are being counted on to perform that task. If for any reason you cannot fulfill that duty, it is your responsibility to arrange for a substitute and contact the person in charge of that activity. 

Thank you for your volunteerism!

Volunteer Screening

Safe Schools Training, Live Scan Fingerprinting & TB Tests

Flintridge Sacred Heart volunteers who interact directly with students will need a TB test, a Safe Schools Online training (one hour), and Life Scan fingerprint screening. 

These requirements are in keeping with the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Charter for the protection of Children and Young People and the mandates by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles to maintain a "safe environment." 

If you are interested in a volunteer opportunity that requires direct student interaction, please email volunteer@fsha.org to arrange for the training and testing.


If you have any questions, please email volunteer@fsha.org.


440 St. Katherine Drive
La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011

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