One of the hallmarks of a great man is his inner strength to serve others effectively. Such a man is generous and compassionate, and he habitually responds to the needs of those around him without hoping for anything in return.
Service is not a requirement at Northridge. Rather, it is simply expected in the way that students and teachers will do what is good for others. United with the vision of parents, Northridge desires that all of its students develop a steadfast disposition of service. As in any family, many opportunities exist each day at the school to make life more pleasant for others, whether it be picking up paper off of the floor or welcoming a prospective student during his visit.
In addition, students demonstrate leadership and initiative by organizing a variety of projects that benefit their local community. Regular visits to a local nursing home and the collection of goods for a homeless shelter are but a few examples of students’ honorable work.