Each week, students across campus gather in age-appropriate level chapel assemblies. Chapel is a time away from the stress of class and the demands of after school activities. It is a time when we come together to take a moment to worship and reflect.
In the Lower School, chapel is split between K-2 and 3-5. Each class plans and facilitates multiple weeks of chapel each year to help students develop leadership skills in a worship setting. Although many chapels involve singing and a speaker, often student's can be found engaged in service projects or learning through skits.
In the Middle School and Upper School, students begin to experience different forms of chapel offered in our Upper Division. While some weeks involve the traditional group meeting with singing and a lesson, many weeks students experience multiple opportunities for connection with our Lord and one another through singing, movie clips, individual worship, and split gender gatherings. Each provides students to explore what form of worship best connects them to the Lord.