The entire eighth grade class, accompanied by their Mentor teachers and staff members, participated in the Eighth Grade Retreat on Tuesday, May 10 at Camp Don Bosco in Carnation.
Off-campus learning that lasts a lifetime
Retreats are one of the defining experiences for EC students and many talk about them as key personal growth moments long after graduation. They offer students the opportunity to step out of the traditional campus setting as a group, and take advantage of the world’s classroom.
The retreats are organized through Campus Ministry and serve to strengthen community ties and spirituality. Many retreats are student-led and range from day-long outings to weekend-long experiences. Retreats are organized by grade and the priceless bonding opportunities they offer create lifelong friendships.
The entire sophomore class, accompanied by faculty, members of Campus Ministry and student leaders, participated in the Sophomore Retreat on Tuesday, April 26 at Black Diamond Camp in Auburn.
Sixth grade students traveled to the Olympic National Park for a three-day outdoor science experience, April 6-8.
The entire seventh grade class, accompanied by seventh grade mentor teachers and other student leaders, participated in a retreat day on Friday, April 8.
The Class of 2025 participated in the Freshman Retreat on Tuesday, March 29 at Black Diamond Camp in Auburn.