News & Announcements
On October 25, 2020 RJC will be celebrating our annual Homecoming event! This year our event will be completely online and we look forward to sharing event details with you soon. We are looking for RJC alumni to participate in our virtual choir performances. This is a...
When presented with the option of changing schools for her Grade 12 year, Orycia Gaudet was initially nervous, but once she made the decision to do it she jumped right in.
Greetings everyone! My name is Ian Loeppky, a local graduate, and Valedictorian of the RJC class of 2020. I have grown up in Rosthern with this community, my family and my friend group my entire life. Although formerly being a part of a church group and having a...
From the outside, there isn’t much in
common between being a hospital
pharmacist and being a student at RJC. But for Aleta (Martens ’09) Schellenberg, there’s at least one similarity: community.
Many people who live in a city don’t know much about where their food comes from. By participating in Grow Hope, Nathan Janzen (RJC 1991) is doing his part to change that. The program of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank and Mennonite Central Committee brings together...
Kate Boyer (2019) thought they had
the wrong person when she heard
she would be receiving an award for
academic achievement for Indigenous
Student Achievement Week at the
University of Saskatchewan.
RJC High School has set Tuesday, September 8 as the first day of classes for the 2020/2021 school year, and is now accepting applications for both the school and the dormitories. Every effort is being made to comply with safety concerns resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, including a decision to house only one student per room in the dorms for the coming school year.
On Sunday, April 26, 7:00pm RJC held their first virtual fundraiser: Virtual Choirs & Cakes. This event included a 40 min video of RJC music groups, reflections from students, alumni & community members, and an online auction of cakes and other food items. All held on the RJC website.
While many people are staying home to reduce the spread of COVID-19, some, like Erik and Cara Epp, continue to work because their jobs are considered essential.
Due to the public health threat resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, and following the directives and guidance of the Government of Saskatchewan and related agencies, RJC High School, its campus, and all its buildings are closed to the public until further notice.