Upper School students participate in Mission Week as part of their regular school curriculum. Mission Week is a time during the spring semester when each class, grades 9 through 12, is involved in a community service project. Overseen by Menaul School faculty and staff, younger students engage in local projects and older students travel to areas of need outside of Albuquerque. The purpose of this week is to provide students with opportunities to interact with a variety of people, to serve those in need, to build relationships with Presbyterian churches and mission agencies, and to gain different perspectives through travel.

Mission Week goes hand in hand with the Service Learning component of our Upper School curriculum.

To learn more about the Upper School Service Learning requirements, please visit our Service Learning page.

Mission Week 2019 – The Junior class visited Mexico to learn about what borders mean to us.