Formation, Friendship, and Jesuit Spirituality for High School Students
High school students are seeking meaning, their place in the world, and how to make an impact.
Ever to Excel invites these students to spend a week at Boston College, a premier Jesuit, Catholic university, with a new community of friends from all around the world who are asking these same questions.
Built on the foundation of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, the week's activities, group discussions, and keynote speakers will guide the participants in deepening their faith, discovering their gifts, and gaining valuable tools for personal discernment.
Ever to Excel is a one-of-a-kind transformative opportunity for high school students.
The application for Ever to Excel 2024 Undergraduate Mentors is now open! Please click below to access the application for both Session I and Session II.
Mentor Applications are due by Friday, February 16, 2024.
Please review the Mentor role overview, the required dates, and the other information provided on the website under Ever to Excel Mentors.
Ever to Excel Participant Quick Facts
High Schools Represented
"Today, I am more conscious of God's place in my life. I pray more often, and think about Him more often."
"At Ever to Excel, I met some of the greatest friends I've ever had. We still talk every single day, and BC is our top choice school among everyone."
"Applying exercises like the Ignatian Examen to my life has allowed me to thrive academically and also become a better person."
"Ever to Excel has pushed me to do more in my community and to look at what I have received in my life and be thankful for it."