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Zoi Ora Filos is a Round Rock Sertoma Serteen group that consists of young women currently attending Round Rock High School. Zoi Ora Filos was founded in 1990 and is an all-girls ​community service organization. The name of the club in Greek means "Life-time Friends." The club works to serve the community and create meaningful bonds through the spirit of volunteerism.


Zoi Ora Filos is one of the largest student-run volunteer organizations in the Austin area, having around 120 members and serving over 20 local charities. Zoi's purpose is to provide young women from Round Rock High School opportunities to serve their community, become leaders and of course, as our name says, make lifetime friends.

Each year, Zoi members contribute over 3,000+ hours of community service to various organizations and donate countless items to charities. Some of Zoi’s volunteer experiences include the Round Rock Serving Center, Christ Child Society, Ronald McDonald House, Round Rock Parks and Recreation, Texas Baptist Children’s Home, Special Olympics, and many more. 


Membership is open to Freshmen through Senior girls from Round Rock High School. Zoi has around 25 members from each grade level (9-12) plus any legacies. Please visit our "Applications" page to learn how to apply!

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