"Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself." - George Bernard Shaw
A journey through the eyes of a Royal Vale student is one that is challenging, but the experience is well worth it.
Royal Vale is an extraordinary school. It is a school that prepares today's youth for tomorrow's world through a challenging curriculum and extensive extra-curricular program which provides students with the opportunity to assume leadership roles well after completing high school.
At Royal Vale Elementary, we offer after school enrichment programs that includes Hebrew Studies (PELO) or Language Arts in French or English, as well as parent-sponsored after-school enrichment programs. The Enrichment Program offers enrichment in the domains of mathematics, science, arts and physical education.
In High School, Royal Vale offers intensive studies in mathematics, science and compulsory extra-curricular activities. Research indicates that participation in extra-curricular activities improves academic performance. As of 2016, students can choose from different concentration options including music, drama and sports. Students will also be able to choose between our Français Immersion (70% French instruction) or Français Flex (30% French instruction) programs.
French, math and science, critical thinking skills, acceptance, democratic values, extra-curricular activities and leadership roles are all key elements of Royal Vale's mission.
Come and join our school family and experience the benefits and uniqueness of a small school with a big heart!
Our RVS Seniors enjoying their school trip to New York City!
RVS students posing in front of a rainy White House in Washington, Maryland.
Students visiting the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Ontario.
On the 2nd of June, ten EMSB educational women professionals teamed up with Habitat for Humanity to help build a home for a single mother, Stacey, and her son in Ormstown. Read more
Our RVS Women Builders Team believes in moving beyond gender stereotypes and giving back to the community. In 2017, builders Patrizia Battaglia and Nathalie Malhamé, attended the Handing-Over-of-the-Key ceremony; as the owner opened the door to her new home. She has now realized her dream of owning a home thanks to the collaboration of RVS staff, school boards, Habitat for Humanity, and over 100 women builders.
Congratulations to Sasha Thanassouliis on her first win in fencing at the Provincial Championship. She won 2 medals in two categories: Gold medal-under 11 category and Silver medal-under 13 category. Royal Vale is proud of you and grateful to its coach Mykhailo Strashkin!
RVS is proud and excited to announce that grade 5 student, Devon Packer won first prize at the Winner’s Recital of the International Crescendo Competition at New York City’s Carnegie Hall on January 30th. We have had the pleasure to listen to Devon’s musical skills on many occasions, we are so proud of you Devon!
When walking into Royal Vale you wouldn't be wrong by thinking that it’s not much different from the other schools in the area. After taking a deeper look into the school, however, it becomes apparent that their hockey program sets them apart from the rest. Article by Greg Caltabanis
Walking through Royal Vale School with Nathalie Lacroix-Maillette, it’s hard not to pick up the enthusiasm she has for the place. With a fistful of keys and a dizzying path through corridors and stairwells, the affable high school principal recounts the school’s evolution...
Full article on suburban.com
During the summer of 2015, some of our RVS students participated in the filming of the show Look Kool. It is an educational math show for kids that airs on TVO Kids. The host, Hamza, lead the RVS students with other children as they competed in teams of two in activities based on each week's episode theme. The Investigators kept their eyes peeled as they looked for math and geometry in places no one would have expected while doing awesome experiments with experts.
Look Kool would like to express a big THANK YOU to the Royal Vale students who participated as Challengers and Investigators in the filming of Look Kool over the summer. Great teamwork RVS students!!
On June 22, 2015, Royal Vale Students Fayeza Ahmad , Sabrina Gwiazda-Amsel and Joshua Adam Werber were recognized by the City of Montreal for their high scholastic achievement, their involvement in the school community and student life. See Photos
Over the last several weeks, Royal Vale High School students have helped raise money for Nepal’s earthquake victims. With the help of Mrs. Cherenfant, RVS went into the community to collect 1058$ by bagging groceries at the Metro on Queen Mary. Read more
Bike Club photos from last week's visit to China Town! The next outing will be on Monday May 25th! See Photos
RVS students recently travelled to Toronto and across the border to visit our American neighbours. The grade 8 students went to Toronto, grade 9 visited Boston, grade 10 saw Washington and grade 11 travelled to New York City. Read more
Congratulations to our Royal Vale medal winners! We are proud of all our 190 cycle 2 and 3 students who participated in the GMAA Halo Road Race 2015!
Royal Vale School hosed its annual Jump Rope for Heart event on Friday April 17. The event was a success and all the money raised will go to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Read more
Congratulations to Kayla Ditkofsky and Jesse Sutherland who represented Royal Vale School at this year's EMSB Public Speaking Show. Kayla's story Brain in a Bottle and Jesse's story La Boule Qui Parle truly captured the audience's attention and imagination.
RVS Grade 1 students visited the Matzah Bakery with their P.E.L.O. class. The children learned and experienced the hands-on process of making matzah for Passover. Read more
RVS Students had a great time at tubing Mont Avila in the Laurentian mountains. Photo album
You could hear a pin drop in the auditorium as Bernard Gotlieb recounted his courageous battle with leukemia, the loss of two legs and why he decided to publish his own memoirs. Read more
Congratulations to Ms. Sophie who was presented the Evelyn Eaton Award which recognizes the promotion of the French language. Her students will receive materials required to implement an innovative French instructional language arts project.
Congratulations to Ms. Franzi, RVS students and parent volunteers for winning 3rd place in the nationwide Learning for a Sustainable Future/RBC Foundation "Our Canada Project". Read article