Have you ever asked yourself these questions:
How is my student wired?
What are some of the things my child is interested in?
How can I motivate my student more as a parent?
What college should my student attend?
What major will be a good “fit” for my student?
How can I get my student to listen to me more?
How can I connect with my student more at home?
If you answered YES to three or more of those questions, then this opportunity is perfect for you.
What are Indigo Parent Workshops?
Indigo Project is a personal strengths company that has partnered with St. Xavier High School to bring you and your student Indigo Parent Workshop. They use a strengths, personality and motivations inventory called the Indigo Inventory to help students find a college and career path that they love and matches who they are. They currently use the inventory in high schools and universities around the country to help students and parents better understand one another through their strengths and motivations and now we are bringing it to the St. Xavier High School Community (for the fourth year in a row)!
St. Xavier High School has committed to purchasing Indigo for every sophomore student as part of their St. X experience. We are offering parents the opportunity to purchase the Indigo Inventory and come to an Indigo Parent Workshop to go over your own results and your students' results, side by side. These workshops are all about creating an intentional time where parents and students can learn more about their differences, and how parents can help their kids succeed based on who they are. It is an opportunity to achieve massive breakthroughs in parent-student relationships.
What Happens at Our Parent Workshop?
You communicate one way, your student communicates in another. Neither are wrong, but they can both go awry if you don’t understand the differences. Learn about the best ways to communicate with your son based on who they are.
College and Career
What type of college and major makes the most sense based on your son’s motivations and strengths? Learn how to have meaningful conversations that can help your student narrow down what they are really looking for in a major & college.
Understanding the differences between you and your student helps increase appreciation of your strengths, empathy for weaknesses, and gives you tools for healthier ways to deal with conflict. Learn practical ways to make this all happen.
What Teachers, Parents and Students are Saying about Indigo
Teachers & students talk about Indigo!
Teachers, counselors, principals, and students from talk about what Indigo means to them. Check it out!
"I would have paid $1,000 for this."
Carey talks about the impact Indigo has had with her and her daughter and how it helped strengthen their relationship.
Student & Parents React to Indigo!
Students and parents react right after seeing their Indigo Assessment results for the first time!
The most powerful and effective way to understand and connect with your student is to take it yourself.
You have the option to purchase a link for up to two parents. St. Xavier High School is covering the investment through the school for your son, so you only need to purchase links for yourselves.
If you have any questions on this at all, please feel free to email us at email@example.com!
Indigo Inventory for One Parent (1)
Indigo Inventory for Two Parents (2)
The Indigo Me Inventory for Parents covers access to the light version of the Indigo, made just for parents. Upon completion, you will receive a comprehensive report individualized to you based on your Personality and Motivations. Most importantly, the insights from your results can give you ideas and strategies on building stronger relationships with your family.
St. Xavier High School
Indigo Parent Workshop Times
Sophomore students and parents with last names beginning A-M: January 27th, 1:00 - 3:00 PM
Sophomore students and parents with last names beginning N-Z: January 27th, 3:30 - 5:30 PM
Location: Walter C. Deye SJ Performance Center
What do you need?
Print out and bring your report, your partner's report, and your student's report.
Come together with your partner and student to the workshop!
Please feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org!