Community Service

Students are challenged to reach out to their communities and the world through serving and volunteering. Our school participates in food drives, blood drives, Operation Christmas Child, and other service projects. Many of the campus based community service projects are lead by students in the National Honor Society and Chapel Team.

NHS delivering boxes for Operation Christmas Child.

NHS delivering boxes for Operation Christmas Child.

BRANCH OUT

“I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit, for apart from me you can do nothing.” -John 15:5

Helping out at the Pancake Breakfast.

Helping out at the Pancake Breakfast.

Memorial Christian Academy believes that part of our responsibility in training young men and women to be disciples of Christ is to help them put into practice the Christ- centered instruction they receive in the classroom. Servant leadership calls on students to lead like Jesus led by serving those around them. By serving in Christ’s name students are truly able to “Branch Out” from the vine and bear fruit within the Killeen/Ft. Hood community. (Learn more)