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Page 79 text:
Retreat Leader Senior
Daniel Caceres provides
his insight to an inquisitive
are prepared well ahead
of time about what to
expect from Freshmen
and how to best cope with
the needs of' Freshmen.
atajoke. Both Freshmen
and retreat leaders
during the retreat.
Seniors Guillaume Pfahl
and Garrett Jennings
attend to weary Freshmen,
The Freshmen were easily
distracted after being
inside all morning.
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Freshmen Come Together in Spirit
Being a Freshman isn't always easy. They are dropped into
a new setting, lacking the comforts of their old school and are
forced to adjust to high school life. Those first few months can
seem like a year.
Making friends can be one ofthe hardest challenges for
Freshmen to face. Most Freshmen have a small group of friends
entering SHCP. However, due to scheduling, they find them-
selves knowing few, of the classmates with whom they share
The Freshmen Retreat is designed to bring Freshmen
together and make new friends. This year art projects, coopera-
tive games, and other activities were used to make the Freshmen
interact with one another during the Freshmen Retreat.
Upperclass retreat leaders also helped the Freshmen
relax and act naturally without worrying about adults watching
them. The atmosphere was designed to be as supportive as
possible to the Freshmen.
Overall, the Freshmen Retreat was considered a
success this year. Both Freshmen and Retreat Leaders had a
wonderful time and the retreat went smoothly. Freshmen with
their newfound friends talked loudly with one another and
looked forward to an exciting and better tomorrow with their
an art project. Activities
like this art project
drew Freshmeninto the
Lilittham exhibits a
positive attitude and
energy going into the
retreat. The Freshmen
about the retreat.
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SeniorDavid Chentakes some
time to reflect. Much indi-
vidual time was taken to look
Seniors pass some time by
playing some hoops. There
were many leisure activites
on the retreat.
Unification at Bishopis Ranch
Seniors packed their bags and said their good-byes to
get ready for the unexpected. They hopped on the bus, not
knowing with what they would come in contact. Before they
knew it, they had reached Bishop's Ranch, their retreat desti-
nation. Seniors retreated for two days to find something
spiritual inside them.
This experience prepared them for what they would
encounter on the road ahead: graduating high school, enter-
ing the real world, and becoming independent. Groups
gathered together to pray and discuss. They endeavored to
reach enlightenment intellectually and spiritually. Topics
such as unity, friendship, and life stirred their minds and
touched their hearts. They were able to have time to themselves
to think and write collective thoughts.
Besides becoming spiritually enriched, they were able
to enjoy themselves recreationally. Seniors played basket-
ball, ping-pong, and ate. They were able to find out more about
each other while making new friends. At the end of the day,
rest was much needed after the tiresome activities such as blind
walks, trust falls, and listening to the leaders.
Student groups were able to bond together by
participating in many different activities. The Seniors
prayed together in groups and reflected. They reflected on
many different issues that Seniors would go through such as
applying to college, starting new stages of their lives, and
making new friends.
Those two days will last in their minds forever.
Laughing, bonding, learning, and listening were the main
highlights of the experience.
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