Seasonal Baha'i Schools
At locations throughout the United States, weekend to week-long family-oriented programs are offered once or twice per year in a variety of settings, including college campuses, campgrounds and conference centers. Planning for the Seasonal Bahá’í Schools is ongoing throughout the year.
These schools help to refresh and transform the spirit. One participant remarked that “The spirit was unlike any I have experienced. What a wonderful balance of penetrating themes of study…drama and arts, music infused throughout the devotions…emphasis on spiritual empowerment of junior youth, discussions with presenters, social and physical activities... .”
Please browse the seasonal Baha'i schools' links or the At-A-Glance Schedule for upcoming interesting topics and fun activities, music and fellowship.
“…purpose of these Summer Schools is to deepen the knowledge of the friends…The world is undoubtedly facing a great crisis and the social, economic and political conditions are becoming daily more complex. Should the friends desire to take the lead in reforming the world, they should start by educating themselves and understand what the troubles and problems really are which baffle the mind of man. It is in these Summer Schools that this training should be provided …”— Shoghi Effendi
Louisiana Cypress Winter School
Dayspring Summer School
William Sears Summer School
Mississippi Baha'i School
Florence Mayberry Winter School
John H. Wilcott Summer School
Great Plains Summer School
Oklahoma Winter School
Tennessee Summer School
Texas Fall School
Shenandoah Summer School