“BSD students must earn (40) hours of Community Service as one of their graduation requirements. Students may begin to earn these hours once they complete their eighth (8th) grade year. The hours may be earned all at one time, or in a manner that meets the student’s schedule, during his/her high school years, but must be completed prior to the student’s participation in a commencement ceremony and the granting of a diploma.

Community Service is any service that is done for non-profit agencies and organization and/or religious organizations. School service is also included. For activities that occur over more than one day, a maximum of 10 hours/day is allowed for the 40 hours of community service required for graduation. All students will record their community service hours in x2VOL.”

For more details on this and other graduation requirements, go to the BSD Course Catalog.

How to Log Community Service Hours:

  • Go to Clever
  • If your first time logging in to x2VOL, complete your profile.  Important Note: To ensure you receive proper credit for all hours, please be sure to use your correct:
    –  BSD Student ID# 
    –  BSD school email (e.g. [email protected]), NOT your personal email.
  • If you’d like to use the mobile app, create your password
  • Select a Group (your graduation year).
  • Click “Add Hours” and then “Create New.”

Verification of Hours:

  • It is the student’s responsibility to ensure submitted hours are verified.
  • Hours must be verified by the non-profit organization before they can be approved to count towards the 40-hour BSD graduation requirement.
  • Once the hours are submitted in x2VOL, an email is automatically sent to the contact the student entered to request volunteer verification (simply by clicking a link).

Helpful x2VOL links:

Still have questions or having trouble logging in to x2VOL?

  • Contact the Counseling Center.

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The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.