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RJC Home Basketball Tournament Update

As a result of teams cancelling due to weather conditions, our home basketball tournament for this weekend has been cancelled. Today, we will still be playing the scheduled games against local school RCS with the boys playing at 3:30pm and girls at 5:00pm.

RJC announces new Facilities & Maintenance Assistant

RJC announces new Facilities & Maintenance Assistant

RJC High School is pleased to welcome Lee Warkentin to the RJC staff as a Facilities & Maintenance Assistant.  Lee is a Journeyperson Carpenter and comes with an extensive background and skill-set in construction and we are happy to invite him to our team.

RJC announces 2023 entrance scholarship recipients

RJC announces 2023 entrance scholarship recipients

RJC High School is excited to announce the recipients of the following entrance scholarships. These awards are made possible through the generosity of donors who have a desire to support new students as they begin their studies at RJC.Students apply for these...

 David Epp Appointed Principal of RJC High School

 David Epp Appointed Principal of RJC High School

RJC High School is pleased to announce David Epp as Principal for the upcoming school year. David recently served as Vice-Principal, and has taken on this new role as part of RJC’s continued growth and restructuring as an organization. As Principal, David will provide...

Ryan Wood Appointed President & CEO of RJC High School

Ryan Wood Appointed President & CEO of RJC High School

The RJC Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Ryan Wood as President & CEO of RJC High School for the upcoming school year. Ryan formerly served as Principal & CEO, and has taken on this new role as part of RJC’s continued growth and...

RJC receives generous legacy gift from Elizabeth & John Armbruster

RJC receives generous legacy gift from Elizabeth & John Armbruster

For her Grade 12 year, Elizabeth Armbruster (Zacharias, 1944), known
as Beth among her family and friends, decided to leave her family farm near Meadow Lake, Sask. to attend RJC (then known as the German-English Academy). She was determined to prepare herself to attend normal school to become a teacher after graduation.