Retreats

Campus Ministry encourages students to take time out to reflect on their faith and build community with their peers.
We offer retreats for each class level to support students in deepening their relationship with God. Our programs provide meaningful experiences of personal reflection and community building which recognize both the faith struggle of adolescence and the fullest personal development of young women. Our retreats are led by teams of peer ministers, faculty, and the campus ministry staff.

Class Level Retreats

Freshman Retreat

Growing in the Good Soil

This is a one-day prayer experience which is based on the Parable of the Sower from Mark 4:1-9. The freshmen are invited to consider how their life experiences relate to the images in the parable and how prayer and spirituality could help them remain centered through the challenging and celebratory times in their life.

The day is led by a team of Peer Ministers and includes small group activities, class bonding, faith sharing, and talks written by the peer ministers. It is a mandatory event for each freshman and is offered once in each semester so that families may choose the more convenient session. The retreat is open to and enriched by all faith traditions.

Freshman Retreat (mandatory for all freshmen) will be offered on Monday, February 26, 2018.

Sophomore Retreat

Called to Forgiveness

Your daughter is invited to attend one of our two Sophomore Retreats. She will enjoy this opportunity to attend an off-campus retreat with members of her sophomore class.

There are two options for Sophomore Retreat:

  • Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017

  • Tuesday, Mar. 6, 2018

During this retreat, students will get an opportunity to take some time out from her busy schedule to reflect on the important relationships in her life and how patience, understanding and forgiveness can strengthen those ties. The sessions offer small and large group discussions, community building activities, prayer experiences, and free time to relax. This special day will end with a prayer service that offers the opportunity for the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

The retreat is open to and enriched by all faith traditions.

sophomore retreat registration form

Junior Retreat

The Sacred Journey

Your daughter is invited to attend one of our two Junior Retreats. She will not want to miss this opportunity to attend her first overnight retreat with members of her Junior Class.

There are two options for Junior Retreat:

  • Monday, Oct. 16 - Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017

  • Monday, April 9 - Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Juniors will have a chance to reflect on the importance of finding the sacred in their day to day lives. Special focus will be given to experiencing a variety of prayer styles and reflecting on how to prioritize their lives to allow for a more meaningful and peaceful journey though the remaining high school years.

The sessions offer retreat talks led by senior peer ministers on the topics of prayer, faith, integrity and service. Students will spend time participating in small and large group discussions, community building activities and given plenty of free time to reflect and relax. The retreat is open to and enriched by all faith traditions.

junior retreat registration form


Senior Retreat

You Are Called By God

Your daughter is invited to attend one of our two Senior Retreats. She will not want to miss this opportunity to attend her last retreat at Presentation with other members of her Senior Class.

There are two options for Senior Retreat:

  • Thursday, Jan. 25 - Friday, Jan. 26, 2018

  • Thursday, March 15 - Friday, March 16th, 2018

This retreat is held off campus and is led by both campus ministers and faculty members. During this retreat, seniors will have a chance to reflect on how God is calling them in their present lives as well as how they will respond to that call. Faculty members share personal experiences to help students to understand the concept of God’s call, how God calls them through various people in their lives, how to discern God’s call, and how to respond to God’s call, especially in times of challenge.

Students participate in small and large group discussions, community building activities and enjoy plenty of free time to reflect and relax. The retreat is open to and enriched by all faith traditions.

senior retreat registration form

Retreat Registration Forms

Step 1: Download and save PDF Retreat form to your computer. Right click on the link below and choose "Save Link As," choose where you would like to save it (Desktop, etc.) and then click "Save".

Step 2: Print retreat form and mail completed form and check to:
Presentation High School
ATTN: Campus Ministry
2281 Plummer Ave.
San Jose, CA 95125

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