Students are encouraged to take their education further by getting involved.
Redeemer’s extracurricular programs connect students to others who share their interests, whether their passion is sports, theatre, music, or just playing games with friends. There are opportunities to develop leadership skills and serve others.
Redeemer’s programs help students grow their skills and their faith while building friendships that last a lifetime.
There are a lot of great ways to get involved at Redeemer Christian High School.
- Cross Country, Grades 9-12, September and October
- Badminton, Grades 9-12, February to April
- Track and Field, Grades 9-12, February to June
- Sr. Boys’ Volleyball, Grades 11-12, September and November
- Boys’ Soccer, Grades 9-12, September and October
- Boys’ Basketball, Grades 9-12, November to February
- Jr. Boys’ Volleyball, Grades 9-10, February to April
- Girls’ Basketball, Grades 9-12, September to November
- Sr. Girls’ Volleyball, Grades 11-12, November to February
- Jr. Girls’ Volleyball, Grades 9-12, February to April
- Girls’ Soccer, Grades 9-12, April and May
- Intramural sports are available during many lunch hours
- Workout Wednesdays, Wednesday mornings from 7:30-8:15 a.m. in the gym (all welcome–including parents)
- Book Club, Wednesday, Room 102
- Robotics Club (after school at two locations in Ottawa)
- Yearbook Club, Thursday, Room 210
- Choir, Monday and Thursday, Room 108
- Band, Tuesday and Friday, Room 108
- Worship Team, Tuesday, Room 214
- Bible Study, Friday, Room 210
- Model United Nations, Wednesday, Room 210
- Student Council, Monday (Executive only) and Wednesday, Room 105
- Games Room
Most non-sport clubs and activities take place during lunch. Math and tech help are also available during the lunch period.
The knitting club started to meet a need–winter hats, mittens and socks–for the homeless in our city. Clubs like this come and go depending on the interest of the students. Students who knew how to knit helped beginners.
Royals Day is when students dress up in school colours to show their spirit in support of the first home game of the year. Dressing up for spirit days is one way for students to get involved in student-led activities.