The Richmond Secondary School Alumni Association (RSSAA) is a non-profit society geared in reconnecting RHS graduate students together, supporting excellence in our school, and empowering and enriching daily academic lives of our current students in various aspects. Our contributions to the school vary from annual valedictory scholarships awarded to graduating seniors, to funding of a variety of school departments (athletics, arts, theatre and special programs), clubs and events. We also host and promote various events for our Alumni, such as our annual luncheon, various fundraisers, and the occasional, memorable grad reunions. Since its official founding in 1986, the RSSAA has allocated and dispersed an astounding $625,000 worth of gaming commission funds to help out all areas of the school environment, in the form of scholarships, equipment, technology and school resources. We are proud to be a part of this wonderful, ever-growing community.
News & Updates
RSS Winter Concert 2017 - 12 Dec2017
May 13, 2017 - Meat Draw Fundraiser
at the Pioneers Pub at No. 3 Road and Williams.
"Thank you to everyone that came out to support the R.S.S. Alumni Association"
The monies raised will go towards the "Cinderella Project" - this is for students who need assistance in attending grad.
It was a great way to spend the afternoon for a good cause.
We will be having another one in the Fall - please check back.
RICHMOND COLTS ALUMNI BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
MARCH 4TH, 2017
The tournament is being run by the Richmond Secondary Athletics program in collaboration with a Langara College Recreation group that has to plan and implement a community event.
The purpose of this event is to continue to build a community between past and present athletes at Richmond Secondary School. All proceeds will go to supporting the Girls' and Boys' basketball programs.
We are looking for female and male alumni players to play.
Cost is $40 per person to play in the tournament and attend the pub night at the Buck & Ear. This $40 includes a t-shirt which is your jersey for the day. If people would just like to attend the pub night, the cost is $20.
How to buy tickets
To participate in the tournament, payment will be taken at the door.
To buy tickets for the pub night, I can arrange for ticket pickup at the school or tickets can be bought at the registration table at the tournament earlier on March 4th.
Cash or cheque only (Cheque made out to 'Richmond Secondary School')
There is no door charge to watch the event.
The tournament will run from 12-6pm and the pub night is set to start at 7pm. We will be firming up the schedule about a week before the event.
Registration for the tournament can be done at the following link:
For more information please contact:
Jared Hulme - firstname.lastname@example.org or Matt Winograd - email@example.com
R.S.S. ALUMNI – Special Invitation
RSVP Theatre - presenting "Ash Girl"
Show dates are:
Mar 1. which is an opening night reception with
Finger food at 6pm and a play at 7 pm $15
Mar. 2- Alumni night for $5 - 7pm show
Mar 3 . Closing night 7pm show $10
Alumni can buy tickets at the door or reserve them via email.
Contact: Ivone An for tickets at - firstname.lastname@example.org
Some Dates to Remember...
We will be having our first meeting of the year on Tuesday, October 6th at 4:30pm.
The next RSS Alumni AGM & Luncheon 2016 will be held on Thursday May 19th.
Class of 1950 - 65th Reunion
One of the last senior classes from the old Richmond High, the Class of 1950 got together to celebrate their 65th anniversary of their graduation. Twenty-five of the 73 graduates made it to the reunion at the Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport for an afternoon of catching up and sharing stories. Almost all the grads had to travel to attend, with only two grads still residing in Richmond.
Art Cooke, a member of the grad class and the reunion organizing committee, said that it was neccessary to hold this year's special event. "We thought it was an important event because since we graduated from Richmond High School in 1950, this may be the last one.
The guest speaker for the event was Richmond coun. Harold Steves, who attended both schools and graduated from the new Richmond High. His speech involved reminiscing about Richmond during their high school days. "It's a group of people whose collective memory remembers Richmond at a different time, and it was great to talk about that time. And we've all got silimar recollections of what it was like, and we can still envision the Richmond before 1960, when everything changed."
"For those that love a great city, I think we've got one of the best cities there is. Those that like the agriculture area, we still have the agriculture area... We try to have the best of both worlds."
Source: Richmond Review