HIGH SCHOOL RETREATS (GR.9-12)
We provide guest speakers, facilitators and musicians can be requested. While we do host a specific retreat for each grade, we can also personalize a retreat to your specific topic or theme. We have a list below of additional retreat topics. We do not currently have a facility of our own, our team comes to you – church, school, community centre, etc.
We encourage Youth Minister involvement and participation whenever possible.
WHAT TO EXPECT FOR THE DAY:
Welcome, introductions and prayer
Small group or large group discussions
RETREAT THEMES ARE:
When the whole world tells you that you need to be happy, famous and comfortable, the church tells you that you were made for more. You were made to be great, to be bold and to push yourself beyond comfort.
As you gear up for high school, do you know how great you are? Students will be challenged to reflect on their everlasting identities, their authentic personality traits and walking forward with their struggles.
This retreat is VERY hands on! Using activities, different forms of media and a small social project. We look at the 7 themes of Catholic Social Teachings.
Students will discuss their worth and exactly how their actions can affect those near and far. Focus will be given to when we are loveable, our promise as mankind and how the world needs our young people to take action.
*Can be arranged for larger groups.
This retreat is focused around our connections with our families, friends and our relationships. Looking at what drives our desire for the connections that we have from the past, present and future.
How students use filters to protect themselves and how they use filters to establish what they want others to know or not know about them. Students will dive into the difference of what key traits others are defining them by verses who they truly are – or want to be!
Students are reaching a time of major life decisions, greater responsibility and independence. This day will look at what students will truly be faced with once they leave high school and venture into “The Real World”.
Equipping students with the appropriate tools to strengthen, maintain and defend their faith. Challenging students to take a real hard look into their own lives, their habits and how they will battle the secular world gracefully.