2020 RJC Graduation Exercises

Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

We are excited to celebrate the accomplishments of the RJC Class of 2020!

Two video events will be held as part of the graduation exercises on June 21, and will be live at the following times:

  • 11:00am – Baccalaureate Service
  • 2:00pm – Graduation Ceremony

A copy of the program for both these events can be found below.

Following these events, the RJC Class of 2020 and their families will participate in a virtual Graduation Social at 7:00pm.

On grad day, June 21, we invite the Class of 2020 and their families to share pictures on social media of how they are celebrating. Tag @rosthernjc on Instagram/Twitter or RJC High School on Facebook (#RJCGrad2020).

11:00am – Baccalaureate Service 

2:00pm – Graduation Ceremony

RJC Class of 2020

Luiza Bacheschi Melega
James Best
Laura Blumrich
Htoo Bo Paw
Megan Brendle
Jo-Lee Brockman
Jenna Buryniuk
Shay Case-Skubleny
Fer Cervantes Fuentes
Rima Daniyali
Rogelio De La Garza Gonzalez
Jasmine Epp
MacKenzie Ericson-Lemaigre
Orycia Gaudet
Vince Gaudet
Kate Hanson
Eh Ni Htoo
Jackson Kosokowsky
Rosa Ku Wah
Ian Loeppky
Neetu Mahl
Michael Ng
Shae Nordmarken-Kowaski
Andres Proanos
Robert Roth
Mackenzie Rudolph
Kylee Warkentin
Micah Wood

Grad Program

Click here for a copy of the Grad Program

Copies of the various student addresses can be read below:

Valedictory Address: Ian Loeppky

Faith Story: Shay Case-Skubleny

Faith Story: Jackson Kosokowsky

Faith Story: Kylee Warkentin

Faith Story: Micah Wood

Offering

As we would at our regular graduation exercises, we invite you to consider making an offering to RJC. We hope to use that gift to further our God’s call to educate and inspire students to pursue lives of faith, service, and peacemaking. Thank you for your generosity during this time. 

There are a number of ways you can give to RJC:

  • Online
  • Over the phone with a credit card
  • Cheque in the mail: PO Box 5020 Rosthern SK S0K 3R0
  • E-transfer: accounting@rjc.sk.ca

Grad tree planting & prophecy burial

It’s a long-standing tradition at RJC for the grad class to plant a tree and bury prophecies. Since the Class of 2020 was unable to gather to do so, the SRC Co-Presidents, Kate Hanson & Micah Wood participated in these rituals on behalf of their class.