National Student Project Database

3740 projects and growing!

Each year, middle level and high school student councils dedicate numerous hours to school and community service projects. 

The National Student Project Database supports these efforts by providing detailed information about projects conceived, organized, and completed entirely by student leaders. Each entry offers a detailed description of the project, and many offer photos, links, and other supporting documents as well.

You can search for project ideas using keywords, school information, project type, project size, project location, and much more. NASC members get unlimited access to project search results.

You don’t have to be a member of NASC to submit your project. Everyone benefits from great project ideas. Use our online project submission tool to send us your project for consideration in the National Student Project Database.


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Academy Councils / Admin Meetings

The administration is always looking for student feedback regarding coursework and teachers for the different classes. To bridge the gap between students and administration, Student Council decided to have academy-s...

American Education Week

Our teachers are greatly appreciated here at our school. Each day of the week (Monday-Friday) is assigned to a different graduating year in council.  The ideas range from class to class. Overall each teacher lo...

Birthday Recognition

The North Penn High School's Student Government Association initiated a new idea this school year of birthday recognition for the staff members as a part of staff appreciation. On the day of a staff member's birthd...

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Global Classroom School Supply Drive

Through our school supply drive, Global Classroom, our NHS chapter collected new school supplies both from our school and from the generosity of OfficeMax Customers. For two weekends, three hours per day, we stood outside of OfficeMax and collected donations while keeping a donation box in the main ... READ MORE

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Fireside Chat

Fireside Chat is a night where student government invites the Board of Education, in replacement of a regular student council meeting. During this informal meeting, the student body has the opportunity to raise concerns, complaints, ideas, and questions regarding the school. Each grade was able to c... READ MORE

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Welcome Back Bears

Welcome Back Bears is the Mountain View Student Council’s first day of school event. This first day of school is not normal. Instead of going through the normal bell schedule, students of Mountain View have an activity-filled day. This day works by splitting each grade level into different act... READ MORE

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Leading the Way with Kindness

Theme: Leading the Way with Kindness “Be kind whenever possible.  It is always possible.” –Dalai Lama The biggest assets a community can have are its strong leaders.  People who can be counted on to do the right thing and get jobs done efficiently and sufficiently enough ... READ MORE

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Ryan's Playbooks

While researching service opportunities, we came across Ryan's Playbooks, sponsored by We printed out templates and spent an afternoon with 60 students making activity books for school-aged children in hospitals. We made math puzzles, crossword puzzles, word-searches, coloring pages... READ MORE

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