En Christe


En Christe Service Program - Overview

Updated 6/18/2018

En Christe is the BSCHS service-learning program, coordinated through and vitally linked to our Theology curriculum. Answering the call of Christ in Matthew 25, students engage directly with the disenfranchised, and through a reflection project connect their service experiences with the content of their Theology courses.


Project Requirements:

  • 20 hours of service per year of enrollment at BSCHS
    • Must be from our list of approved organizations or another pre-approved organization
    • Must fulfill one or more of the Corporal Works of Mercy:
      • Feed the hungry
      • Give drink to the thirsty
      • Clothe the naked
      • Shelter the homeless
      • Visit the sick
      • Visit the imprisoned
      • Bury the dead
    • Must be completed by due date of project
    • Must be completed at a maximum of two organizations per year.
  • Verified hours through Mobile Serve, our service learning app.
    • Must be completed and submitted by date of project submission.
  • Reflection Project, with topic as assigned by the grade-level Theology teacher, relating to the curriculum. The project will be graded “pass/fail” and must be completed in order to receive credit for Theology class.


Failure to complete an En Christe project by June 1 will result in an “Incomplete” for the 4th quarter and the semester course. According to school policy, failure to resolve the “Incomplete” by June 30 will result in a grade of “F” for the 4th quarter. The student must then complete the 20 hours along with the required project, and the fourth quarter grade will remain “F.” Completion of the En Christe project by August 11 is required for a student’s return to Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School.

En Christe Program - Grade Specific Requirements

Click below for each grade's specific assignments.


Freshman En Christe Project 2018-2019.pdf
Sophomore En Christe Project 2018-2019.pdf
Junior En Christe Project 2018-2019.pdf
Senior En Christe Project 2018-2019