At Macris we value our student’s spiritual journey as much as their academic one. Aside from teaching respect and tolerance toward all religions, we guide our Catholic students in their spiritual journey by providing weekly religion classes, conduct a monthly Mass, do morning prayers and offer the opportunity for students to make their First Communion and Confirmation Sacraments in annual ceremonies we organize.
As enrichment, Macris also provides many opportunities for students to reflect on their spiritual growth. High school students have the opportunity to partake in retreats which permits students to meditate and reflect on their life following the steps of Jesus and Mary. Elementary has competitions where students can demonstrate their knowledge of Catholic Catechism, and there is also an annual contest where students can use art to demonstrate their interpretation of how Macris helps guide their family in the path of Christ and Mary.
The spirit of Macris is ecumenical, which includes the diversity of religious beliefs. Our students are not required to be Catholic to join our family and we embrace our diversity.