Vandad – Grade 11

October 2, 2020
My parents found private schools to be more academically challenged, exposed to clearer value systems, given greater access to teachers, and may simply feel safer. And after seeing their bright history, we decided to move RPS.In smaller size classes, it’s more difficult for students to hide and get left behind. Having fewer students means that

Jeffrey | Grade 10

October 2, 2020
I have chosen to study at RPS because RPS has a small population of students, which means the teacher can focus on every student. The benefits of a smaller class are Each Student Gets Noticed. Classes Become a Community, each student gets to participate, Students and Teachers Can Work One-on-One, and can share ideas to

Nicole | Grade 12

October 2, 2020
Having fewer students per class helps to become more motivated and driven as they are able to further understand the material being conveyed by the teacher and are able to ask questions more easily. RPS had already successfully helped me in reaching my goal of being accepted to Schulich School of Business where I intend