RELIGIOUS LIFE

CAMPUS MINISTRY

Religious experiences beyond the classroom are integral to RCHS with the goal of preparing young Catholic men and women to assume roles of service and leadership within the Catholic Church.  Experiences are open to all students, as approximately thirty percent of Routt students are not Catholic.  Experiences may include school Masses, prayer services, para-liturgical services, opportunities for reconciliation, speakers, religious counseling, vocation days, service projects, etc.  Students also may have the opportunity to go to Washington, D.C., on the March for Life trip.

FELLOWSHIP FOR CHRISTIAN ATHLETES, FCA

   FCA is the largest interdenominational, school-based, Christian sports organization in America. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ. Meetings are held monthly during the school year at Illinois College. Retreat Program Class retreats are offered to provide religious experiences beyond the formal classromm study of Theology. A retreat allows the student to focus upon his/her faith life removed from teh scheduled responsibilities of school/work etc.

RETREATS

   Class retreats are offered to provide religious experiences beyond the formal classroom study of Theology.  A retreat allows the student to focus upon his/her faith life removed from the scheduled responsibilities of school/work etc.  Retreats for juniors and seniors are usually held during Lent.  The senior retreat is overnight.  Faculty, parent chaperones and priests (according to availability) accompany the students. The theology staff and lay leaders plan a day-long experience.  TEC (Teens Encounter Christ) is offered monthly through Springfield and Quincy TEC.  TEC is an experience in Christian living and begins on Saturday a.m. and continues through Monday p.m.  Catholic Athletes For Christ (CAC) is another program for high school student athletes to share their Catholic faith.

SERVICE HOURS

   Students attending RCHS must give at least 15 hours of volunteer service each year as part of their graduation requirements. Ten hours must be applied to community service, and five hours may be applied to school or church related activities. Students have assisted the Salvation Army, New Directions Shelter, Habitat for Humanity and Big Brother-Big Sister, served in soup kitchens, and collected needed items for the homeless families in our area.

HANDBOOKS

 

  • Athletic Handbook

  • Student Handbook

CURRICULUM

 

  • Curriculum

DRESS CODE

 

  • Dress Code

EXTRA CURRICULAR

 

  • Extra Curricular Opportunities

  • Extra Curricular Religious

SERVICE

 

  • Service Hour Forms

  • Service Opportunities

SCHEDULES

 

  • Sports

HANDBOOKS

 

  • Athletic Handbook

  • Student Handbook

CURRICULUM

 

  • Curriculum

DRESS CODE

 

  • Dress Code

EXTRA CURRICULAR

 

  • Extra Curricular Opportunities

  • Extra Curricular Religious

SERVICE

 

  • Service Hour Forms

  • Service Opportunities

SCHEDULES

 

  • Sports

SCHOLARSHIPS

 

  • Sholarships

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