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Redeemer Christian High School is an independent, grades 9 through 12 Protestant high school serving students from Ottawa and the surrounding area. Visitors are always welcome. Call us to make an appointment to tour the school, meet our Principal or observe classes.
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Welcome to Redeemer Christian High School - a school based on the idea that the authority of God's word and the Lordship of Jesus Christ are central to everything, including education. Rich in heritage, Redeemer has been serving Christian families from all over Eastern Ontario since 1975. We believe home, school and church can work together to create a solid foundation upon which students can build their relationship with Christ. Redeemer is an independent, multi-denominational school for students in grades nine through twelve. Come visit us and let us tell you what a Christian education can mean for your teen! To watch a slideshow of our students in action, click here.
So many of our students show talent and creativity in different areas. Chris Berti, a grade 12 student here at Redeemer, created a short video in June that provides a little window into a typical morning here at RCHS. Chris enjoys making videos and is considering a career in this field. Click below to take a look.
Students Support Kwagala Ministries
Redeemer Christian High students went above and beyond their target in helping put a fledgling home for street children in Uganda on more secure footing. Initiating a student fundraiser called the "Ugandan Mile", one hundred teens at Redeemer Christian High School raised $21,500 to support Kwagala Ministries International, a boys' home in Jinja, Uganada. The goal had been $15,000.
With virtually no financial resources but a lot of faith, Redeemer alumnus Robbie Palmer (class of 2010) co-founded the Ugandan boys' home in early 2013 with a Congolese youth pastor, taking kids off the street who had little more than the shirts on their backs. In Robbie's words, "erasing the street in kids".
They had taken ten boys into the home but were concerned about where money would come for beans and rice, monthly rent, modest pay for tutors, and rent for a van to get them to church every week. They also thought it unwise to take in additional boys until more support came in. As a result of our school's student fundraiser, they are in much better shape for the coming year. With the asssurance of these expected new funds, they were even able to take in three more boys, Waisswa, Sebassi and Muzafuru, who have happily integrated into their new family.
"It's exciting to see the outpouring of support from the Redeemer High community, which is making it possible to continue to extend Christ's love to these wonderful boys," Robbie said. "Kwagala," explained Robbie, "means love in Uganda."
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