Bowmont High School Activities
Bowmont (www.bowmont.org) aims at helping high school students become competent, generous and responsible leaders who understand that professionalism and excellence are best directed to serving our loved ones and society. At Bowmont, we actively encourage young men to make their faith the guiding principle behind their daily activity.
Spiritual, Personal Formation
- Weekly talks
- One-on-one mentoring with a professional man, spiritual direction with a priest
- Visits to the sick, poor
Cultural & Other Activities
- Visits to museums & other cultural sites
- Guest speakers
- Summer social service projects
Sports & Excursions
- Football, hockey, frisbee, basketball, soccer
- Hiking, mountain biking, winter sports
Bowmont Young Professional & University Student Activities
Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.
Meditation, followed by a social activity.
For more information, call (403) 288-2588.
Kodiak Father-Son Club
Kodiak Father-Son Club is a Calgary-based group of fathers and their sons (Grades 1-8). Our goal is to provide boys with the opportunities to learn to overcome diﬃculties, stick to a task until it it is ﬁnished, respect others, and aspire to higher ideals. We meet around Calgary for monthly sports-related and other challenging activities.
Visit the Kodiak Father-Son Club Website for more information.
The Peaks is a leadership program for young men in high school. It complements the development of its participants, helping them to become good students and virtuous leaders, giving them a competitive advantage in their personal and academic lives. The Peaks takes place every Friday from September to April and is hosted at Bowmont, a student residence near the University of Calgary.
Areas of Focus
- Study skills and goal-setting
- How to make lasting friendships
- How to lead a fulfilling life
- Career exploration and selection
- How to navigate contemporary ideologies
- How to succeed in university
- Life of Service
For more information visit bowmont.org/the-peaks
The activities of doctrinal and spiritual formation which take place at Bowmont are entrusted to Opus Dei, an institution of the Catholic Church founded in 1928 by Saint Josemaría Escrivá (www.opusdei.ca).