Our Middle School Campus is located at 10200 No.5 Road, adjacent to our secondary campus.  It is home to 235 students from grades 6-8!  The Middle School Campus is a contemporary, sun-filled modern facility with 12 classrooms, library, computer lab, science lab, music room, chapel, and gymnasium.

RCS is the first and only school that provides a middle school program in the City of Richmond. We are mindful that more growth occurs during these years than at any other time of life. The adult personality is formed during the middle level years. This includes basic self-concept, beliefs, values and attitudes – the important components of one’s character. A separate campus provides a unique opportunity in allowing students to develop a sense of belonging, an important focus for this age group.

Students will receive passionate teachers who model servant leadership, a safe environment for growth and maturity, academic excellence in all subject areas and active involvement with the community. Our program highlights numerous team sport competitions, a variety of experiences and challenges during explorations and a camp experience focusing on personal and spiritual development.

There are four key areas:
• Dig Deeper with God – Discover God’s perspective and the importance of becoming more like Jesus Christ. Discipline to hear God’s message in our chaotic world and to integrate God’s Word into the lives of our students.
• Dig Deeper with Themselves – Navigate and understand the students’ transition into adolescence. Reflect on personal development as followers of Christ and learn to use one’s individual and unique gifts for God’s kingdom.
• Dig Deeper with Creation – Analyse, interpret and care for God’s creation. Recognize the design and scientific principles within numbers and nature. To uncover the relationship of all living and non-living things.
• Dig Deeper with their Neighbour – Connect personal actions and their impact on the local and global world. To develop care and compassion for the poor and healthy relationships with peers and community.