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Mission
As a Catholic school, our faith is central to everything we do - in the classroom, on the ball fields, in the community and in our celebrations. Our Campus Ministry program provides students with ongoing opportunities to grow spiritually. The spiritual life of our school is made vibrant through prayer, retreats, liturgies, serving others, pro-life activities, and Christian community-building.
 

May our Catholic-Christian faith be alive and vibrant in everything we do and say!

  • Sponsored by our actively involved Benedictine communities here in Atchison, and recognized by the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas.
  • Religion class - Curriculum guidance through U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
  • All School Mass every Wednesday at 11am in school chapel (an optional daily Mass during the week is also avaialble)
  • Sunday Mass in school chapel (all are welcomed)
  • All School Stations of the Cross and Penance service during Lent
  • First Friday Adoration
  • March for Life - Annual trip to Washington D.C. & a Topeka KS trip for the anniversary of Roe vs Wade (both trips optional)
  • Students of all faiths and backgrounds are welcomed, respected, and do attend Maur Hill - Mount Academy.


Service

Each student is required to complete 20 hours of service per school year.  During the Spring semester Campus Ministry will sponsor at least one large service project. The purpose of this is to give more opportunity for our students to accomplish service by doing meaningful work for those who are less fortunate than us.

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Chapel_photo_with_crucifix_during_all_school_massClass Retreats

All school retreats: To begin each semester, the entire student body participates in a retreat (usually led by a nationally-known musician or speaker) that helps build community and gives every student the opportunity to grow closer to God. Great music, prayer, fun and sharing make these retreats something students will remember for a lifetime.
 

  • Freshmen Retreat: The retreat is about relationships helping our Freshmen understand what true relationships are all about. Retreat takes place at .
     
  • Sophomore Retreat: The retreat is about our Church community and becoming a member of that community. Retreat takes place at .
     
  • Junior Retreat: A service retreat which gives an opportunity for our students to engage in service and be able to understand the true meaning of service. Takes place at St. Benedict's Abbey and lead by the .
     
  • Senior Retreat: An overnight retreat with the tools needed to be successful in life! Retreat takes place at the .

Student Life