Rosseau Lake College’s balanced, supportive, and challenging co-curricular program provides opportunity for students to develop self-confidence, self-awareness, and life skills that will serve them well beyond their years in high school.

At Rosseau Lake College we aim to infuse our community with the magic that cultivating a love of the arts can bring. We offer opportunities and experiences in music, visual arts, drama, dance and media arts. We celebrate how participating in the creation and sharing of the arts brings us together as a community and allows us to connect to and express ourselves. Our arts programming allows each unique student to explore their own talents and gives a variety of opportunities to be a part of classes, clubs, performances and arts events.

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, and sports for the less competitive are also available.

RLC competes as part of the Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association (CISAA).

Arts Clubs

Opportunities such as String Ensemble, Jam Band, Yearbook, Drama, Photography, Media Arts, Writer's Craft, Visual Arts, Textiles, Indigenous Arts, Traditional Drumming

Other Clubs

Opportunities such as Paddle Making, Chess, Fishing, Sailing, Nordic Skiing, Nature Appreciation (Birding, Tree Identification), Math Contest Preparation, Computer Science, Outer's Club (Climbing, Paddling, Orienteering)

Fall Athletics

Girls Varsity Field Hockey, Boys Varsity Soccer, Co-Ed Cross Country Running, and Health and Fitness

Winter Athletics

Co-Ed Varsity Snowboarding, Co-Ed Nordic Skiing, and Health & Fitness, Snowboard terrain park

Spring Athletics

Girls Varsity Rugby, Boys Varsity Rugby, Co-Ed Varsity Ultimate, Co-Ed Varsity Rowing, Health & Fitness