Advisory Guides Students through High School Journey
Like the sighting of a lighthouse — whether amid a storm or on a clear, pleasant day — advisories at St. Paul VI Catholic High School in Chantilly are a constant, illuminating beam of light guiding students through their high school journey to new shores.
Four days a week, these groups of some 20 students from all four grade levels meet to reset, rejoice, review or relax while building connections with other Paul VI students in the same core group. Led by pairs of “Big Brothers” and “Big Sisters” and two teacher-advisers, each 25-minute gathering serves as a safe “go-to” harbor, where the students participate in whole-group activities, small-group sessions, partnerships or individually. Once every eight days, the groups attend Mass together in the chapel during their advisory period.Read more
in the Catholic Herald.