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Students Taking an Active Role in Society (STARS)
Make a difference in your community and participate in local government. The STARS meets to discuss issues affecting young adults in Coral Springs and to make suggestions to local leaders for changes and improvements. Service hours are awarded.



Police Patch

Police Explorers
Officer Robert Katz
954-346-1311 ext. 6 • This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Police Explorers is an organization that gives high school students a unique opportunity to participate in a range of activities, from community events to police training sessions.  Meetings are once a week, where the Explorers are introduced to law enforcement. Qualified Explorers are offered ride-alongs, where they ride with Post Advisors and provide support to the Police Department’s Field Operations. These Police Explorers also have the chance to participate in additional training sessions and learn more in depth about particular subjects.



Fire Department

Fire Explorers
954-344-5934 ext. 6 •
The Fire Explorers program, open to teens ages 14-18, is taught by highly trained advisors and conveys basic fire fighting skills and procedures.  The Fire Explorers  meet once a week for approximately four hours, which also count toward volunteer service hours.



Civil Air Patrol
954-868-2901 •
The Coral Springs Cadet Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, a U.S. Air Force Auxiliary, operates a program for young women and men, ages 12-21, who have an interest in aerospace education, emergency services, disaster relief and the cadet leadership program.




Unitown is a three-day program focusing on prejudice reduction and leadership development. The Coral Springs Multi-Cultural Advisory Committee sponsors Unitown, and the National Conference for Community and Justice facilitates the program.


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