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RJC High School
Founded in 1905, RJC High School (Rosthern Junior College) has a strong reputation for delivering well-rounded academic experiences to students for over 100 years. RJC is accredited by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education and a member of the Saskatchewan Association of Historical High Schools, holding a high standard of education. As a high school that teaches from the Anabaptist-Christian perspective, RJC places value on faith, service, leadership, and community in the education of its students.
The RJC Difference
RJC is a place where several opportunities exist that are not present at most high schools. As a school that is student-centred and community focused, students and parents often observe significant growth at RJC. Consider the following differences that help RJC stand-out as your choice of school.
“I love the family my class has turned into. Because of them, I never feel alone. I’ve become so much more confident since coming here”
– Kate Boyer, RJC student
RJC is accredited by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education and a member of the Saskatchewan Association of Historical High Schools; striving for the academic success of each student. The school provides a solid foundation in math, science, and the humanities in order to best prepare students for life after graduation. RJC makes every effort to meet and accommodate the various learning styles of its students.
As a Christian school, RJC commits to integrating conversations of faith into all aspects of the school. RJC students will take a variety of Christian Ethics classes, attend daily chapels, and spend at least one week on a school service trip. Learn more about faith & life.
About 60% of RJC students live on campus in the school dormitory. By living in the dorm, students learn independent living, habits of health & wellness, conflict resolution skills, and making life-long friends in a supportive and structured environment. Learn more about the dormitory experience.
Out of Classroom Learning
RJC students will experience learning both in and out of the conventional classroom setting. With the goal of encouraging cross-curricular thinking, students will travel on a number of school trips, ranging from Saskatoon to Northern Saskatchewan, and Winnipeg, Manitoba to Oliver, British Columbia.
RJC has a student/staff ratio of 10:1. Because of our small class sizes, staff are readily available to meet with students one-on-one to help them succeed in academics and create a space for students to thrive.
Each year RJC welcomes students from all around the world. This creates a context for students to share global perspectives and cultures with each other. RJC students will also travel internationally through our service program to see other parts of the world first hand.
Fine Arts Program
With a rich history and reputation for delivering exceptional music education, RJC students may participate in choral, instrumental, and musical theatre programs. Private music instruction is also available on campus. Learn more about Fine Arts.
Community & Belonging
We believe learning happens when we build community together. Every student is included and encouraged to explore their gifts. Learn more about RJC’s BELONG program.
News & Announcements
Stay up to date with the latest news and announcements concerning RJC students, alumni, and friends.
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