Spring Hill
Serving the Children of the World

You’d be surprised to know how much kids can do to help others. Kiwanis is home to the largest youth service programs in the world. Our club programs empower elementary school students, tweens and teens to make an impact through service and leadership. The Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill Proudly Sponsors NINE Clubs focusing on

Service – Leadership – Fellowship

These clubs offer many opportunities:

  • Additional leadership opportunities from those that are available in the schools, and community programs
  • A chance to create a life of service to others during a time when self esteem is so important
  • Positive, alternative activities in an environment where less positive activities may exist.

 

 

 

 

(Elementary School)

A sponsored youth organization for primary school students. The purpose of the K-kids program is to instill community service values in children at an early age.  Learn more here.

Suncoast Elementary School - Distinguished Club 2015-2016  

Westside Elementary   

Spring Hill Elementary  

Explorer K-8 School   

 

 

   

 

(Middle School)

A sponsored youth organization for middle and junior high school students age 12 to 15. This co-educational program offers young people the opportunity to participate in service projects for their school and community and to learn organization, administration, and group functioning. Learn more here.

John D Floyd   

 

 

 

(High School)

A sponsored youth organization for high school students. Key Clubs are service clubs sponsored by a local Kiwanis club. A Key Club develops initiative, leadership abilities, and good citizenship practices in your people. Learn more here.

Nature Coast High School   

Springstead High School  

 

  

 

(College) 

Circle K International (CKI) is the premier collegiate and university community service, leadership development, and friendship organization in the world. Learn more here.

Pasco Hernando Community College

 

            

 

 

(Adults Living With Disabilities)

The Arc provides support services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities through educational, life & job skills, health & wellness, and social & recreational opportunities. Learn more here.

The Arc Of The Nature Coast