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A community of support: A donor story by Don Klaassen

A community of support: A donor story by Don Klaassen

My RJC experience means a lot to
me and I want more kids to have that opportunity. The school was there for me because of the many people who built and sustained it all those years before I arrived. I view it as part of my responsibility to pay it forward so RJC is there for generations to come.

COVID-19 Update – April 29

Return to In-person Learning - Monday, May 3 Following the end of our COVID-19 outbreak, RJC High School will return to in-person learning on Monday, May 3, and our dormitories will invite returning students at 3PM on Sunday, May 2. We remind all students and staff to...

COVID-19 Update – April 19

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at RJC High School and is recommending that all people present on campus beginning Monday, April 12 be tested as soon as possible. At this point there has been no evidence of variants of concern...

COVID-19 Update – April 17

Due to the presence of COVID-19 in our school community RJC High School will move to remote learning until Friday, April 30. The dorms will remain open during this time. Students and staff do not need to self-isolate unless they have been directed to do so by the...

Update from RJC Board Chair

Update from RJC Board Chair

January 26, 2021 Dear Friends, On behalf of the RJC Board of Directors, I want to extend congratulations and all the best to students, staff, and parents as the RJC High School 2020-21 semester 1 comes to an end, and students and teachers prepare for final exams....

No single stories: An RJC graduate’s work to create a more welcoming church

No single stories: An RJC graduate’s work to create a more welcoming church

In her popular TED talk, The danger of a single story the Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie says that when you talk about a group of people as only one thing, over and over, that is what they become to you. When we have only one narrative we create stereotypes, which are not necessarily untrue but they are incomplete. That was RJC graduate Gabby Martin’s (2015) experience as a Mennonite.