For students to excel, they need adequate resources to keep pace with an academic program that both challenges and rewards them. At Red River Valley Junior Academy, we maintain a 12:1 student to teacher ratio. Our small split-grade class size assures that students get the one-on-one attention they need to form a solid foundation in Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.
Here, we feel positive reinforcement is the best incentive. We believe students who exhibit excellence should be rewarded with praise and recognition. RRVJA annually bestows a number of awards and scholarships for spiritual, academic and athletic accomplishments.
Below you’ll find a breakdown of what you and your child can expect as he or she progresses through the Academy’s scholastic program.
- Full day, provincially approved program for 4- and 5-year-olds
- Classrooms equipped with learning centers and a variety of learning aids
- Supplemental Computer Technology, Music, Art and Physical Education courses
- Upon completion, students will have a solid foundation in reading, writing and math skills
Grades One to Eight:
- Manitoba Certified teachers nurture students to give their personal best
- Instruction in the core courses
- Supplemental Art, Computer Technology, French, Band and Music courses
Grade 9 to 12:
- 30 credit academic program toward Manitoba Education requirements for Manitoba Grade 12 graduation
- Core subject areas supplemented with a variety of electives, such as Band, Choral Music, Leadership and Technology Education
- Bible is a required elective of the program
- Students at this level are prepared to handle advanced courses at the high school level in preparation for university/college entrance
For more information on our academic tracts and what to expect, please see our Handbook or Application Brochure.
Red River Valley Junior Academy is accredited by the Accrediting Association of Seventh-day Adventist Schools, Colleges and Universities and is supervised by the Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference and the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada. The school is recognized and approved by the Manitoba Department of Education. A transcript of grades from the school is recognized and accepted wherever Seventh-day Adventist and/or Manitoba Educational Standards are accepted.