Retreats offer the time to get reacquainted with and listen to God.
Freshmen attend a half-day Freshman Retreat on campus in the fall. Students will have a chance to pray together, engage with their classmates and learn more about the mission of Loyola Academy and how each student can engage with our mission.
Sophomores can choose to attend the Sophomore Retreat, a two day, one night retreat offered in the second semester. Students will reflect on using their gifts in the service of others.
Kairos, a Greek term meaning "opportune moment," is a retreat offering students an extended time to reflect on their relationship with themselves, God and others. This retreat has been a tradition at Loyola Academy since the fall of 1980. This retreat is three days, two nights.
Fourth Day Retreat Retreat
Fourth Day Retreat is meant to build on the Kairos retreat experience. Students will explore what it means to truly put love into action during senior year and beyond. This retreat is three days, two nights.
Ignatian Retreat is an opportunity for students to experience a silent retreat during the second semester of senior year. Students are offered prayer prompts from an adult retreat director and spend the majority of the retreat alone and in silence. This retreat is three days, two nights.