Club stands for Kiwanis Education for Youth. It is
an international organization dedicated to service.
It is the largest club in high schools around the
world. We belong to the Southwest region of Key Club.
Our sponsoring Kiwanis Club is Kiwanis of Carefree,
the 3rd largest Kiwanis Club in the United States.
Key Club is the oldest and largest service program
for high school students. What makes Key Club so successful
is the fact that it is a student-led organization
that teaches leadership through serving others. Members
of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members
build themselves as they build their schools and communities.
Today, Key Club exists on more than
5,000 high school campuses, primarily in the United
States and Canada. Growth efforts, however, have taken
the Key Club experience internationally to Canada,
the Caribbean nations, Central and South America,
and most recently to Asia and Australia.
Mission Statement: Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
Club History: Notre Dame Key Club was chartered in 2005 and we are sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Carefree. We belong to the Southwest Region of Key Club. All students are welcome to join at any time! Key Club is here to help students get involved with his/her community through service. This year we have grown from 32 students last year to over 200 this year.
What We do:
Key Club organizes service projects for all the students
at Notre Dame Prep. You do not need to be a member
to join us for service. Many times transportation
is available. Our service always counts toward your
service requirement here at NDP. We work closely with
the Campus Minister to insure this! Students need
to listen to announcements, check this web page or
the calendar of events in room 703 if they would like
to attend any of our service projects. In the 2008-2009
school year our club performed over 400 hours of service
out in the community, including St. Vincent de Paul,
St. Mary’s Food Bank, Keen Sports, Project H.O.P.E.,
Maggie’s Place and Andre House.
Students may join Key Club by paying $25.00 dues.
This dues pays for insurance for all Key Club events
and a Club t-shirt. There is a membership drive every
fall, but a student can join at any time.
Meetings are every Monday after school in the cafeteria.
Mrs. Leslie Gjerstad
Mrs. Andi Miller
Key Club Officers 2013-2014
President: Piper Shaw
Vice President: Jessica Fratantoni
Secretary: Joseph DeMarco
Treasurer: Taylor Little
Editor: Jackson Tuton
Committee: Shay Schultz
Key Club Application and Club Contract and Media Release forms.
Making 125 sandwiches for the Phoenix Rescue Mission