Athletics & Arts

Exercising both mind and body are equally important in the overall development of young people. RLC believes a balanced, supportive, and challenging co-curricular program provides opportunity for students to develop self-confidence, self-awareness and life skills that will serve well beyond their years in high school. Involvement in such activities enhances the quality of the student experience while contributing to the overall success of the program. Our Arts program is skills-based and focuses on the thrill of public performance, providing a real sense of the natural relationship between practice and improvement.

We feel strongly that these co-curricular activities are unparalleled in their ability to develop competence, confidence, and character, and that these lessons stay with students throughout their lives. The priority of our Athletics program is to teach the value of active living, healthy competition, and the empowering nature of sportsmanship.

Athletics are compulsory for all students and run all year, but are segmented into three terms: Fall, Winter, and Spring. Many students opt for varsity sports, but life sports for the less competitive are also available. The Arts program is also compulsory and runs from November to April, and culminates in the Spring Arts Gala.

Fall Athletics

Girls Varsity Field Hockey

Boys Varsity Soccer

Co Ed Cross Country Running

Health and Fitness (Life Sport)

Spring Athletics

Girls Varsity Soccer

Boys Varsity Rugby

Co-Ed Varsity Ultimate

Co-Ed Varsity Rowing

Health & Fitness (Life Sport)

Winter Athletics

Sr. and Jr. boys varsity basketball

Jr. and Sr. girls varsity volleyball

Co-Ed Varsity Snowboarding

Co – Ed Freestyle Snowboarding and Skiing

Nordic Skiing (Life Sport)

Health & Fitness (Life Sport)

Arts Clubs

Concert Band

Jam Band

Dramatic Arts

Culinary Arts

Media Arts

Visual Arts