Mission Trips go to Arizona and the Dominican Republic during spring break and are led by St. Croix faculty. Students have an opportunity to teach Bible school and assist the local mission church in the Dominican Republic. At the Apache Indian Mission in Arizona, students help with projects at the mission orphanage and participate in a leadership workshop with Native American students.
Students who wish to serve as peer educators (giving information to grade school students) or peer listeners (giving help and support to other high school students) participate in a three-day training workshop. Members of Right Triangle develop listening skills as well as presenting skills through the Right Triangle Theater Group so they can help others deal with the pressures and issues related to alcohol and other drug abuse.