Wyoming Catholic College (WCC) in Lander, Wyo., is offering two summer programs for rising high school juniors and seniors, according to the College’s website.
The first program is called P.E.A.K 2014 (Powerful Experience of Adventure and Knowledge) and is a two week camp for students who "seek an introduction to traditional liberal education and what life is like as a WCC student.” From July 12-26, 2014, students will pursue wisdom “in study, in nature, and in prayer.”
The second program called P.E.A.K Ascent 2014 is brand new this year and is a “more outdoor-oriented, slightly shorter version” of the above mentioned program. The College reports:
…in addition to the Study (four days of classes taught by our professors) and Prayer components (daily Mass, Eucharistic adoration and the Liturgy of the Hours), [P.E.A.K.Ascent] will feature a more robust Nature component than its counterpart. There will be outdoor excursions each afternoon (canoeing, rock climbing, caving, horseback riding, fishing, etc.), and the week will be highlighted by 5-day/4-night backpacking trip deep into the Wyoming Rockies.
To take part in one of these exciting adventures, please see the College’s website.
Wyoming Catholic College is recommended in The Newman Guide for its strong Catholic identity.
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