RRVJA Graduation and Awards 2021

Class of 2021 – Awards and Virtual Graduation Ceremonies

Red River Valley Junior Academy cordially invites you to our Virtual Graduation Ceremony to commemorate the accomplishment of our first group of Grade 12 Graduates in the almost 100-year history of the institution.

Enrollment 2021

Now Enrolling New Students for the 2021-2022 School Year!

View our admissions page for all admission documents, information, and downloads. The new admission form and 2 new documents are […]

RRVJA School Survey 2020

Results are in for the “School” Survey!

We asked and you answered! See how we did in our results video! Thank you so much to all who […]

Programs

RRVJA aims to facilitate learning and develop well rounded students. We offer a variety of programs to complement our our academic courses. From our Hot Lunch program to our Sports, Technology Education and Band programs, we make an effort to enrich our students spiritually, mentally and physically.

In addition to the programs listed below, RRVJA also offers intramural sports, athletic teams and community service projects. For a comprehensive list of programs, click here. Updates on school events can be found here.

Before and After School Program: A convenient program for working parents. Program begins at 7:30 a.m. daily and ends at 5:00 p.m. Children are fully supervised and receive assistance with homework.

Band Program: Students between Grade Five and Senior II receive enrichment through Band. Band offers an arrangement of over 12 different musical instruments.

Music Program: Students between Junior/Kindergarten and Senior II receive enrichment through Choral Music.

Math Enrichment: Designed to impart a love for numeracy for students between Grades 1 and 6. Students meet once per week for 45 minutes with a math teacher to develop problem solving and critical thinking skills.

Technology Education: With a fully equipped laptop lab, as well as computers in each classroom, technology is integrated into several subject areas throughout all the grade levels. Senior I/II students receive off-campus instruction in Graphic Design, Auto Mechanics, Woodwork Technology and Home Economics.

Hot Lunch Program: A nutritious hot lunch that meets Canada Food Guide Standards is provided regularly at an affordable price.

Sports Program: Physical activity is encouraged at all the grade levels with an emphasis on good nutrition and healthy lifestyle practices. Students at the Junior and Senior level compete as part of the MHSAA Christian schools league.

Academic Supports: Designed to serve the needs of our diverse student body, our resource program offers academic support services to those who have a documented need for educational support.