St. Catherine’s Academy, in Anaheim, CA hosted its Annual Leadership Camp, an 8-day of-site summer excursion that took place at the San Luis Obispo National Guard Base from July 26 through August 2, 2017. The program provided a weekfilled with adventures, learning, excitement and prayer. The program was open to boys and girls ages 10 to 16.
During the 8-day camp at San Luis Obispo National Guard Base, nearly 90 students participated in a variety of activities, including obstacle courses, land navigation training, and leadership reaction exercises. Students also participated in presentations and discussions about leadership throughout the week. The camp was centered around St. Catherine’s Academy four Dominican Pillars: Community, Ministry, Study and Prayer. Colonel Barry Bizzell, Captain Ramos and staff of St. Catherine’s Academy led the exciting camp.
Each day, boys and girls were challenged physically and mentally through exhilarating activities all while learning the importance of discipline, structure and fellowship.
“Leadership Camp provided a wonderful learning environment,” said Colonel Barry Bizzell.” “Students engaged in the fundamentals of leadership, discipline, and teamwork. Our program helped to shape students’ motivation and self-confidence.”
For more information about St. Catherine’s Academy, please visit www.StCatherinesAcademy.orgor call (714) 772-1363.
St. Catherine’s Academy, founded in 1889 by the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose, is a Catholic boys’ school with a military tradition offering resident programs for grades 3 to 8 and a day program for boys in Transitional kindergarten to 8th grade.