High school students spend the weekend on the slopes
High school students and faculty spent the long weekend in Winterplace, West Virginia for the Christian Life Ski Retreat. Students enjoyed skiing, spending time with friends, worshipping with peers, and participating in Bible studies.
“Chaperoning the ski trip is one of my favorite opportunities that Wesleyan offers for faculty to connect with students because the trip is so relational,” states Maggie Mansour ‘11, modern and classical languages teacher.
The trip is open to all high school students, and it allows students who have never had classes together to build friendships because of the shared experience of the ski trip.
“I’ve been on the ski retreat three times now as a chaperone, and each year, students always come away from the weekend having grown deeper in their existing friendships and feeling grateful to have forged new relationships with friends in different grades,” reflects Mansour.
Thank you to all high school students who attended and made the annual Christian Life Ski Trip so much fun.