Grade 12 Graduation Ceremony

Due to pandemic the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 Commencement Ceremony was Virtual.  Please click below to view ceremony.

2020-2021 Link:  https://vimeo.com/594675341/d4864d9eae

2019-2020 Link:  https://vimeo.com/549086584/dd3aa29edc

Every effort was made to offer some sort of celebration.  We hope that the graduates and their families enjoyed these virtual videos.

 

The 2018-2019 Gr. 12 Graduation Ceremony took place off-site for the first time and in an June ceremony.  The number of grade 12 graduates plus family, guests and staff members would total double what could have been held in our auditorium.  

Thank you to Chateau Le Jardin Banquet Hall for being able to offer us a beautiful venue and amazing staff that worked with us to enhance a beautiful send off to our grade 12's.  Thank you as well to our annual Piper, Alan Camley who starts our event off every year with Scottish Bag Piping to open our ceremony.  Thank you to our special guests who were able to give their time and provide support to our school event; The Darcy's Band, Mr. McLean - our School Trustee, Mr. Bruce Boyd - Coach, Retired Teacher, Former RCI Student, Mr. Tim Lowman - Special Guest for The Peter MacKenzie Humanities Award, Mr. Bo Fleischman - Special Guest for the Kingsway Kiwanis Award, our School Co-Chairs: Ms. Minott and Ms. Langille.  Thank you as well to Below Zero Ice Cream for assisting us with providing refreshing treats for the event.  Thank you to EAV Audio Visual for their support of our event and providing the audio/sound.  Last but not least that you to the RCI staff and students for making this event successful.  Wishing our grade 12 graduates all the very best in their endeavours.

Gr. 12 Grad Photos


Montreal Music Trip

50 students and 4 chaperones travelled to Montreal, Quebec to attend the Rhythms Music Festival from Apr. 30- May 3rd. The students were engaged with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra performing Holst's Planets, Alegria, Notre Dame Basilica, The Planetarium, Old Montreal, a Sugar Shack, the Rhythms Festival for Orchestra and Stage Band, some shopping and of course lots of food. The students had a great time and were so well behaved. Other than some late night violin playing and a flat tire the trip went off without a hitch!

Montreal Photos 2019


Europe Trip - March Break 2019

Forty-two amazing students embarked on a whirlwind international excursion to explore the legacies of six world class cities - Barcelona, Provence, Nice, Monaco, Florence and Rome.During our visit, we experienced some of the world’s best landmarks such as La Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Avignon, Promenade des Anglais, Monaco, St. Francis of Assisi, the Vatican Museums, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, the Renaissance Duomo, and the Colosseum, just to name a few.

Richview students experienced amazing cultures, delicious cuisines, incredible advances in engineering and architecture and were surrounded by famous artwork created by master sculptors and painters.We hope you treasure these memories forever and continue your pursuit to explore the world around us.

Europe 2019 Trip


Japan 2019 Field Trip

Over the March Break, twenty-five students along with their teacher chaperones, Mrs. Markakos and Mr. Mehic, participated in a trip of a lifetime to Japan.  The trip began in Tokyo where the students experienced the hustle and bustle of the world-famous Tsukiji Fish Market, they learned about the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and visited the Meiji Shrine, the Tokyo Imperial Palace and the Sensoji Temple.  Students also got an opportunity to learn about hybrid technologies at the Toyota Mega Web Car Theme Park, experience math and science through hands-on activities at the ReSuPia in the Panasonic Centre, and explore the Hakone Open-Air Museum which hosts over 120 works of permanent outdoor sculptures.  The tour of Tokyo would not be complete without a visit to the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park to enjoy views of Mt. Fuji, an iconic volcano which has come to symbolize Japan, and sample black eggs.

From Tokyo, the group took a bullet train to Kyoto and got to admire one of it’s iconic sites, the beautiful Golden Pavilion Temple.  Students also explored the trails of the Fushimi Inari Shrine where they walked through corridors of thousands of bright red gates.  While in Kyoto, students navigated through Arashiyama’s lush bamboo forests and then walked up to the Monkey Park where the fed monkeys and enjoyed the panoramic views of the city.  Students also enjoyed a day trip to Nara where they visited the Todaiji Temple and encountered hundreds of deer, which they were able to touch and feed. 

While in Japan, students learned from a sushi chef how to prepare sushi and then eat  their own creations.  Students also participated in a meditation class which was led by a Zen Buddhist monk, which was followed by an informal tea ceremony at the Daisen-In Temple. 

Overall, the trip provided many first-time and unforgettable experiences for everyone involved.  Thank you to all who participated for the beautiful memories.

Japan Photos