Retreats are designed to give students an opportunity to reflect on their lives and deepen their relationships with God, family, and friends. Retreats also provide a sense of belonging and are designed to benefit all students, regardless of their religious affiliation. Prayer and the sacraments are an essential part of the experience, as well as, the participants’ involvement in discussions and other faith-building activities. All students are required to make an annual retreat with their classmates.
R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Freshmen learn that in order to be a friend to someone else, they must first love and respect themselves as God's wonderful creations. In addition, we examine what the Bible has to say about friends and how to live as members of a Marianist community.
What is Your Net Worth? In a world that tells us that our worth is based upon what we own and what we can do, how can we combat secular ideas about materialism, sexuality, and peer pressure? Through reflection and prayer, we will discover that God thinks we are worth throwing out a net to catch us in His loving arms.
As part of the Marianist family, are called to serve. During junior year, the students learn what it means to live out the call to minister to others. On this reatreat, the students venture out as a group to various charitable agencies in the community to assist them in their mission of service.
Rooted in Faith. "I hereby command you: be strong and courageous and do not be frightened or dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go." Joshua 1:9. This verse provides the backdrop for our senior retreat. Seniors will reflect on their fears, anxieties, and excitement about life after high school. Students will focus on their faith and family as foundations that will help root them in Christ and will carry them through life's obstacles.