High School Summer Theology Journey

"Engaging Stories: An Intensive Journey of Faith, Life & Action"

Journey together with other high school juniors and seniors for a week-long residential experience of college life, going deeper in:



Connect the stories of inspiring spiritual heroes with your own Journey.

Faculty Development


Explore the possibilities for your life’s call with new friends as part of a diverse and engaged college community – learning from each other’s stories.

Academic Technology


Serve people – hearing their stories, addressing needs, working for Justice, while growing as a servant leader.

Explore theology as an academic study and live a meaningful experience, while cultivating your relationship with God and discovering your life's calling.

High school juniors & seniors will share a journey of faith, life, and action with their peers by engaging stories at four interconnected levels--human, Catholic, Lasallian, and personal--correlating with the Lasallian mission of Lewis University.

Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions about the moral dimensions of contemporary issues, and examine how their faith calls them to lives of service.

FOR: This Summer Program is designed for high school Juniors & Seniors. [Register]

WHEN: June 11-18, 2017

Lewis University (see Directions)
One University Parkway
Romeoville, IL 60446

FEE: $100

Note: Some partial scholarships available. Contact Dr. Joanne Kuttner for details.

Room & Board are covered for each person from Sunday afternoon, June 11 through Sunday, June 18 at noon. There are three (3) meals a day and overnight accommodations will be in Lewis dorms.

Registration for this event will close on May 28 - or when 30 students have registered.Engaging Stories will occur again in June 2018.

Dr. Joanne Kuttner
Program Director & Assistant Theology Professor