The sophomore retreat is about decisions—how we make them, how they impact others, and how they may be rooted in core values and faith. We are all connected, and the choices we make affect our relationships with friends and family. Since our actions and decisions can have such a powerful impact, the central question of this retreat is: “Will the impact I have on others help or hurt them?”
April 13: Aquinas & Becket
April 14: Dante & Flannan
April 15: Gonzaga & Merton
April 16: Patrick & Romero
April 17: Seton & Toussaint
- Retreat is a full day off campus. Each retreat will have the same start and end time as that school day
- There is no cost for students and lunch is provided
- Students should dress to be active and outside for 2-3 hours
- Students absent due to illness should attend on the day they return that week
- All sophomores are required to attend retreat as it is an important part of our mission to form men of faith and character.
How to complete permission forms (if not done already)
- Log on to the PowerSchool Parent portal and click on E-Collect Forms
- Scroll down to find the permission form for your grade level
For more information, please contact:
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