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All students in Years 7–10 attend a series of camps. We present them with personal challenges beyond their normal boundaries to give them the opportunity to learn more about themselves, build resilience, and gain a sense of achievement in a very different environment. Each camp is sequential so students can build on the skills they’ve learned in previous camps.
Senior students can participate in our Retreat and Reflection Program to explore their relationship with God, others and themselves in a Catholic spiritual framework. They also experience Mindfulness activities such as meditation, walking the labyrinth, and personal reflections that help them develop strategies to face the challenges they may encounter in life.
Students in Years 9–12 can also participate in the internationally recognised Duke of Edinburgh Scheme. This voluntary leadership-in-action program gives them an opportunity to recognised for their involvement in service, skill, physical recreation and expedition activities.