One of the mottos of Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School is “Faith. Excellence. Service. This is Catholic.” The Key Club, a community service club at the Montgomery Catholic High School Campus, takes this commitment very seriously and dedicates countless hours to helping local organizations and events. Before the transition to distance learning in the spring, the Key Club volunteered over 1,000 hours of community service by helping the Camp Chandler Halloween Carnival, the Alabama National Fair, fundraisers for Spina Bifida, Alzheimer’s Research, Arthritis Foundation, and Life on Wheels, VEX Robotics Competitions, school concession stands, Montgomery Zoo Boo, Montgomery Area Council on Aging, Christmas Clearinghouse, and the Rooftop Friends Joy of Giving Respite Event.
While all members of the Key Club work hard and are dedicated to community service, several students went above and beyond the call of duty and served for 50 or more hours this year. These students are Matthew Barranco, Mary Carley, Maria Cervantes, David Dean, Daniel Gacha, Emma Garrison, Angeles Gonzalez-Ansaldi, Ines Gonzalez-Ansaldi, Alex Hines, Cecilia Hoffpauir, Sofia Izer, Savannah Johnson, Myles Jordan, Katie Perkins, Darian Riley, Kinley Tadlock, Ja’Michael Washington, and Clare Wilson. We are so proud of all of the students in the Key Club and their tireless commitment to faith, excellence and service.