Quick Facts About Rosthern Junior College
Rosthern Junior College has been in the business of education for over 108 years, with close to 4,000 graduates who have found success in a variety of fields. Classroom learning is enriched with creative opportunities in academic programs, music, student leadership, athletics, the arts and service learning programs. We are convinced that learning, at its best, occurs when academics are bound together with faith and positive relationships and where the focus is the development of the whole person.
Mission and Vision Statement
Established in 1905, Rosthern Junior College helps students to develop a Christian lifestyle in all aspects of their lives through education, athletics, the performing arts and community service opportunities. For residential students, living from day to day with peers also enables students to develop structured independence, balanced by respect and trust for one another.
What Makes RJC Different From Other High Schools?
Rosthern Junior College is deeply appreciative of the relationships it enjoys in the community. Administrators work together with other Mennonite schools as a part of the Canadian Association of Mennonite Schools (CAMS).