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Grade 9 Retreat: The Parents’ Perspective

Each year, Redeemer’s Grade 9 students attend an overnight retreat at Providence Point Retreat Centre in Lanark during the first few weeks of school. “I think the weekend gave the students an excellent way to connect outside of the school environment,”…

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Beginning our 43rd year

Creating a school community that reflects the heart of Christ The start of a new school year marks a beginning. There are different beginnings that students have probably faced before: going to a new school or church; attending a new…

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Lively debate at Model United Nations

Pressing world issues discussed at Model UN conference help students appreciate worldviews different from their own. The Southern Ontario Model United Nations Assembly (SOMA) is a three-day international relations simulation for high school students held at the University of Toronto.…

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Class trips extend the classroom

Students have the opportunity to see new things and learn about them in a more unstructured way. Most students are excited about class trips and anticipate leaving the school environment to explore a museum, see where our government operates or…

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4 ways students serve their community

Redeemer encourages students to develop new skills and explore their interests while serving others--an important component of living out their faith and education. Redeemer students find fun, fruitful and fulfilling ways to serve their community. Some ideas are driven by Student…

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