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Retreats

The ND Academy ministry program helps students to become EXPOSED to, EXPERIENCE and EXPRESS Christ, His kingdom and the biblical purposes of his church. We offer age specific retreats for students starting in middle school and extending through the upper school.




Middle School Retreats

These retreats take place during a school day and are held off campus. Students start the retreat with daily Mass and engage in many different large and small group games, discussions, talks, etc.

Tarsus: 7th and 8th Grade Boys Retreat

Tharsos focuses on the importance of having courage and confidence in our faith.

Philothea: 7th and 8th Grade Girls Retreat

Philothea focuses on friendship and how we can use our relationship with Christ as a guide and example as we build our friendships throughout middle and high school.



Upper School Retreats

Koinonia: 9th Grade Retreat

Koinonia is a Greek word meaning “fellowship” or “community.” This is an overnight, off-site retreat that focuses on building a faith based community through games, large and small group discussions and community building activities.

Metanoia: 10th Grade Retreat

11th and 12 grade students lead this overnight, off-site retreat. Metanoia is a Greek word meaning “change of heart.” Participants are encouraged to reflect on how they can make their faith their own. Change your mind, change your heart, and change your actions.

Kairos: 11th Grade Retreat

This overnight, off-site retreat is lead by senior students. Kairos means “special time with the Lord.” This retreat seeks to give students real, tangible ways to grow their faith and spend time with the Lord. This is a retreat is time set aside for the students to reflect on their relationship with God, others and themselves.

Fiat: 12th Grade Retreat

Fiat is a weekend retreat offered for 12th grade students. Fiat means “Be it done unto me” and this retreat encourages the students to make the step from being passive Christians into active Christians by saying “yes” to God’s will.