Programs Offered
 

   
Father and Son Program (Ages 5 to Grade 2) 
The Father & Son Program provides an opportunity for fathers to participate in their sons' formation and to introduce young boys to God the Creator and Father.
Stories of Biblical heroes demonstrate how God's heroes assist Him in His work. The boy is thereby motivated to become one of God's heroes.

  • Minimum age to sign-up for this program is 5 years as of September 1 of the season year.
  • Dads (if present in the family), MUST attend every meeting with their son and participate in sports and activities.
  • Parents MUST make sure to fill in and send the commitment card to every meeting.
   
 
   


Junior Program (Grade 3-4 and Grade 5-6)
   
In the Junior Boys Program, the theme of Jesus as our Brother and Friend is used to inspire each boy to establish a natural relationship with Christ. Christ taught us how to love through his example of obedience to his Father. Using this example, the boy learns that obedience is good and that being obedient out of love for God will help him to become a better person. 
The program reinforces basic elements of friendship, such as trust, loyalty and sincerity.

  • Dads (if present in the family), MUST attend and participate in at least 1 meeting each month. 
  • Parents MUST make sure to fill in and send the commitment card to every meeting.
 

                                                                                                                                                                    
Club Program (Grade 7 to Age 16)
  
Dale Carnegie Program
The Conquest Club uses a very unique methodology (ECyD) that provides the boys with experiences, which help them form deeper Convictions, which finally will help them make good Decisions the rest of their lives. In the Club, the adolescent finds a happy, healthy and attractive environment, where they will form themselves in the fundamental aspects of their personality. 
In order to complement the family, the Club develops an internal dynamic of intensive team life, made up of a natural group of friends. Through this environment they develop Catholic leadership and project themselves in works of social and cultural volunteerism, according to their age.  
              
 
Notes: 
  1. In addition to the structured core Conquest programs as outlined above, a number of fun events for members and families are scheduled throughout the year. These events are intended to involve the entire family and build a strong sense of community and friendship. Please sign-up and participate in all events.
  2. Parents are encouraged to suggest ideas that will make the program better and more meaningful to their families.
  3. The success of the Conquest program for your child will depend on how much you (parents) put into it. Dads are invited to participate and volunteer at meetings and events.