Each year students go on field trips to enhance their learning experiences. These trips often include trips to the Manitoba Museum, Festival du Voyageur, Fort Whyte Centre, Harbourview and various activities according to lessons learned in the curriculum or opportunities for extra sports events. These trips occur during school hours and bussing is provided for students to and from the activity. A small fee is often charged to cover some costs and a parent permission form will be sent home and must be returned in order for students to leave the campus to participate.
In some years there are also extra events planned which may include extended day or overnight retreat.
At the beginning of October, students spend two days at Red Rock Bible Camp for a Grade 8 retreat. They participate in fun outdoor activities and learn about having a friendship with God. It is a great chance for students to spend time together and be challenged in their faith as they start their final year at the Middle School.
Each year the Grade 10 class enjoys a full day in Gimli, Manitoba for a time of building community looking ahead or reflecting on each student’s identity, and faith. It also includes swimming, games and lunch together.
Grade 11 Ottawa Trip
Every year the Grade 11 class travels to Ottawa, our nation’s capital city. The students visit many historical locations such as the Parliament buildings, the Museum of Civilization, the National Art Gallery, Upper Canada Village and many more. Although the trip is heavily subsidized by the school, there are still costs borne by the students. Fees to cover the cost of entrance, transportation around the city, lodging and meals while in Ottawa are required before students are permitted to go. The students will be offered the opportunity to sell chocolates to raise money.
Every year the Grade 12 class travels to Roseau River Bible Camp for a chance to experience the outdoor. Very few experiences provide the opportunity for personal growth and friendships to develop, like this retreat. Roseau River Bible Camp is a Christian community; all campers and staff are encouraged to encounter God in the midst of creation. Some of the activities are canoeing, swimming and hiking, with some good old fashioned bonding by the fire.
Camp Arnes is located on the shores of Lake Winnipeg, 19 km north of Gimli, situated on 320 acres of wooded forest and meadows. This retreat setting is a great and effective way to provide godliness in the students while experiencing God’s creation. This winter retreat is an amazing experience that they won’t forget. Sleeping in cabins, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, skating, and indoor activities like ping-pong are some highlights.