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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.

RJC announces new music director

RJC announces new music director

RJC is pleased to announce Kayleigh Skomorowski as the new music director at RJC High School. Kayleigh is originally from Saskatoon and has lived in Prince Albert since 2010. Kayleigh completed a Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Music (Music Education) from the...

More than just worship: Zoar Mennonite Church extends its generosity even after closing

More than just worship: Zoar Mennonite Church extends its generosity even after closing

By the time Zoar Mennonite Church in Waldheim decided to close its doors in June of 2020, it was clearly time. At its peak, the church had 235 members. But over the years people had moved to other towns or cities, transitioned into nursing homes, had passed away or moved on for other reasons. They were down to about 30 regular attendees before the pandemic, and then only 18-25 when they reopened.

RJC COVID-19 Update: January 7, 2022

Greetings, The Saskatchewan government has recently updated the COVID-19 guidelines for schools, and parents are now asked to report to the school if their child tests positive for COVID-19 with a rapid test at home or has a positive PCR result at a SHA facility. ...

COVID -19 Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test Procedure for Staff

 (Last updated November 1, 2021) Beginning Tuesday, November 16, 2021 RJC High School will be requiring all employees to make a choice to: 1. show proof of being fully vaccinated for COVID-19, or 2. show proof of a negative COVID-19 test All staff will be required to...

RJC Announces Entrance Scholarship Recipients

RJC Announces Entrance Scholarship Recipients

We are excited to announce the recipients of the following RJC entrance scholarships.   The following scholarships are awarded to new RJC students who demonstrate scholastic achievement, potential, and fit for the RJC program: Athiang Malok (Grade 10, Saskatoon)...

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...