Students and teachers are assigned randomly to one of five houses: Fox (named after Terry Fox), Peterson (named after Oscar Peterson), Richard (named after Maurice "The Rocket" Richard), Stowe (named after Dr. Emily Stowe), and McCrae (named after Lt Col John McCrae).
Students remain a member of their assigned house until they graduate from Rosemount High School. Each house is run by a House Captain, who is assisted by 3 House Vice-Captains. The selection of House Leaders takes place at the end of each school year for the following year, a process that involves an interview with each applicant as well as a review of their academic records. These student leadership positions are advised and mentored by teachers who have volunteered to act as advisors to the House Council. Points are accumulated by each House throughout the year from house games and competitions, and the house with the most points at the end of each academic year is awarded the House Cup.
|Welcome Back House Games
Terry Fox Run
Halloween Week & Costume Contest
|Annual Food Drive
Winter Carnival Week
Winter Activity Day
Pink Shirt Day
|Junior Fitness Challenge
Denim Day Fundraiser
|House T-Shirt Days
Inter-House Sports Tournaments
Rosemount understands the importance of extra-curricular activities in a teenager's overall education and school experience and strongly encourages all students to get involved in the life of the school beyond the classroom. We have a team of dedicated teachers and staff who moderate and supervise our activities.
|Academic & Social||Sports & Athletics||Art & Music|
|Spanish Club||Badminton||Open Art Studio|
|Gaming Club||Basketball||Glee Club|
|Harry Potter Fan Club||Intramural Hockey||Grade 8 Concert Band|
|Community Programs||Touch Football||Grade 9 Youth Wind Ensemble|
|Guidance Programs||Soccer||Junior and Senior Drumline|
|Weight Room Club||Junior and Senior Stage Bands|
Every year, there are a number of outings organized by different committees in the school. Though they vary form year to year, recent years have seen grad trips to New York, a Music trip to Europe, a school-wide outing to a Cabane-A-Sucre, a Spring Break trip to Italy, Ski trips as well as many local class outings.
At any school-organized event or trip, always remember that the students are acting as representatives of Rosemount High School. As such, students are expected to conduct themselves accordingly at all times inside and outside the school.
Rosemount students can take advantage of youth-oriented award programs, scholarships and travel opportunities. With the help and guidance of school staff and teachers, our students can live their dreams and reach their goals.
Founded in 1956 by Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, the DoE’s Award is an exciting self-development program available to all young people ages 14-24 equipping them with life skills to make a difference to themselves, their communities and the world.
To date over 500,000 young people from Canada and 8 million youth in 140 countries have been motivated to undertake a variety of voluntary and challenging activities.
Rosemount High School is proud to be the first and only public school in Quebec to offer this prestigious program.
The PSBGM Cultural Heritage Foundation has created an endowment fund for the purposes of providing scholarships to EMSB students to continue their studies. Developed by the Foundation in concert with EMSB school administrators, the general guidelines established provide for the recognition of excellent academic achievement or perseverance against overwhelming odds.
Recipients are honoured at a school graduation ceremony or awards assembly. A representative of the PSBGM Cultural Heritage Foundation is present during the ceremony to award the scholarships to the students.
Encounters with Canada is a unique opportunity for Canadian teens to meet other young people from across the country. Spend an adventure-filled week in your nation’s capital! Check out future career options, discover your country, share your hopes and dreams.
For 34 years, EWC has delivered a rich and varied, bilingual program. To date, more than 103,000 youth have lived the EWC experience.
|8:15 - 9:37||Homeroom & Period 1|
|9:37 - 9:42||Passing Time|
|9:42 - 10:58||Period 2|
|10:58 - 11:13||Recess|
|11:18 - 12:34||Period 3|
|12:34 - 1:24||Lunch|
|1:29 - 2:45||Period 4|