Apostolic Formation is a vital element of the dynamic life of a student at Clear Water Academy
From even the very youngest stages of entry into school, students learn about their individual, God given gifts and talents. They become aware of their Christian responsibility to share their gifts. They explore their ability to positively influence the lives of the people around them. As they grow and mature CWA students learn how to affect their larger community in a postive way.
Apostolic classes are introduced at Grade 7. Students focus on how to actively reach out and make a difference. Opportunities to mentor younger students develops a desire and responsibility to become a good role model. Visits to shelters, performing community services, providing for the needs of the poor, performing kind tasks for the elderly, and managing small fundraisers to support those in need, all help to build the habit of reaching out in service to others. Study of the Saints and participation in monthly virtue campaigns, helps to personalize each students growth in service and virtue.
High School students take part in a pilgrimage to Rome and an international mission trip. These are life changing journeys that alter the hearts, minds and souls of every student involved.
Ultimately, Apostolic formation at Clear Water Academy will cultivate in each student the capacity to go into society to serve as a Christian leader and apostle. Inspiring individuals to actively respond to the needs of the Church and humanity, helping to create a civilization of justice and love. Through a vibrant apostolic life, each student discovers Christ, becomes more like Christ and experiences His love more profoundly.