How might we push so that we are supporting learning and not the instinct to opt out?
When we think of the great assets of the campus, the lake tops the list. And then there’s the birds.
For Bethany Good '94, RLC was the first step to the rest of her life. And then some.
First they go into the woods. What happens next is the important part.
This year's co-curricular program offers a broad range of opportunities for students to learn, grow, discover, and lead.
A great friend of RLC, Dawn Tabobondung, steps into the role of Indigenous Seven Generations Project Co-ordinator.
In the world of Outdoor Education, we like to contrast the easy days of an extended outtrip with the challenging ones.
The founders of Rosseau Lake College didn’t just want to create a school, they wanted to change the world.
Alumni from the very first RLC cohort recently met on campus to reminisce and compare notes.
Despite the prom, Closing Day, and the 70s reunion, the second annual Pow Wow became the signature event of the season.
It’s a question that all schools ask. They don’t all arrive at the same answer.
“My dad showed me a map of where it was,” says Martin Birthelmer ’87. “I was ‘What’s all that stuff around it?’ And he says, ‘The woods.'"
A graduating student reflects on why she came to RLC, and what she's taking with her
RLC students have partnered with the Friends of the Muskoka Watershed to address a decades-long problem. And it’s working.
With experience in some of the world’s leading international schools, the head of school has a bold vision for RLC
During a recent visit, Victoria Grant spoke about community, equity, and what it means to be open to the world
Gabrielle says her most important memories of Rosseau Lake College are her classmates.
It can be a big decision for parents and students alike to make the move to a boarding school.