International Community Service Opportunities 

Founded in 1921, Pilot International is a worldwide service organization, taking an active part in making our communities a better place to live. Over the past ninety-five years, local, national and international communities have benefited from Pilot International's involvement. Pilot International Foundation has awarded over one million dollars in grants assisting Pilot club communities and scholarships for individuals pursuing careers in research, medicine and therapy for brain disorders and disabilities. Through these programs, our members reach tens of thousands of people each year.

The Anchors meet on the 2nd and 4th Monday at 4PM.  The 2nd Monday they meet at Crossroads Church who have been kind enough to provide us a meeting facility.  On the 4th Monday, they meet on campus at DCHS.  Coach Biddle is their DCHS Liaison. 

Books For Africa is the world's largest shipper of books to the African continent. We are committed to spreading literacy s a bridge out of poverty. At our Atlanta warehouse, volunteers help us to sort and pack 3 million books per year to send to African schools and universities. Volunteer hours are Monday through Friday from 9am to 3pm and Saturdays from 9am to 2pm. Please email Jen Hale to sign up for community service at 

Commit to change what you drink for two weeks. Free up at least $23. Provide clean, safe water for one person.  Start a fundraiser for The Water Project. 

Set up an online fundraiser and invite your friends and family to donate. Together you will help transform lives around the globe through access to safe water and sanitation. 

Douglasville First United Methodist Church, ( DFUMC ) is the collection point for OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD (OCC ) (Samaritan's Purse) in Douglas County again this year! Please contact your local churches to get involved. You can collection items as well as sign up to serve in helping unload cars and trucks, check boxes, count and pack in large boxes to haul. Churches and groups of all sizes collect boxes from their communities. Some churches also serve as drop-off locations for shoeboxes the third week of November every year.

From children to seniors, people pack shoebox gifts each year to bless children in need around the world. Parents often use the project to teach their kids about giving. Year-round volunteers support these efforts across the country.

Thousands of volunteers serve annually inspecting and preparing shoeboxes for international shipping. Every hour work stops for a few minutes to pray for the children who will receive the boxes.

6167 Prestley Mill Road

Douglasville, GA 30134  

(770) 942-3146 

International Club is a club that promotes an appreciation of foreign languages and cultures!


Mrs. Broyles Rm 110

Mrs. Cimaglia (Carrera)  Rm 109

Shannon Borum M3

Jamie Crawford 113


WHERE: Cafeteria

WHEN: The 2nd Wednesday of the month-3:45-4:30PM


DUES: $15.00 This covers snacks for every meeting held at school.

Pick  up an application from the folder outside room 110

Contact: Mme Borum

                 Mme Sundberg

Membership is open to students in levels French 3 and above with an A average in French class and a B average overall. Members shall complete 3 activities if you join in the second semester or 5 activities for an entire school year in order to remain a member in good standing. Possible activities include but are not limited to:


Contact: Mrs.  Rocio Broyles

The SHH is an honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish and/or Portuguese, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP).

The SHH was formally organized as the Spanish National Honor Society in 1953. The name was changed to Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica in 1959. At present there are over 2,500 national and international chapters of the SHH.

The mission of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is to recognize high school achievement in Spanish and Portuguese and to promote interest in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian studies.

 Any secondary school student who has maintained an A/B average the study of Spanish and overall  for a minimum of three semesters and is in the 10th grade or higher is eligible to be a member of the SHH.

 ( Please contact in Fall of 2017)

Legacy World Missions provides basic assistance to the orphaned and unable children of Uganda. We create a self-sufficient co-operate community of learning, working, healing and growing. Since 2006, we have provided 6.2 million meals for the children of Uganda.

Contact Information:

5485 Bridle Path

Douglasville, GA 30135

(678) 201-5234 

Contact Person: Kathye Warner ( Please contact in Fall of 2017) 

Alexander High School Key Club sponsor, Mrs. Kimberly Laver, will validate all International Skills Diploma students’ community service requirement hours for UNICEF service projects. You may access UNICEF projects through KEY CLUB without being a member.

UNICEF believes in a world with ZERO preventable child deaths and ZERO children denied

the chance to learn and grow

What is the UNICEF High School Club Program?

The UNICEF High School Club program is a youth-led initiative that partners with the

U.S. Fund for UNICEF to educate, advocate and fundraise to support UNICEF’s lifesaving work.

It is a growing movement rooted in a belief that students have a vital role to play in helping

the world’s children survive.  Your initiative supports UNICEF’s work in more than 190 countries

and territories, because students have a unique opportunity to involve members of their

Community in global humanitarian issues.

UNICEF High School Students engage in a variety of activities. They set up booths at their

schools and at festivals to promote children’s issues and fundraise, write letters to elected

officials and participate in Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF and the UNICEF Tap Project campaigns.

They also produce benefit concerts, host speakers, and write school newspaper articles about

UNICEF’s work.