Our vision, encapsulated in the statement "Empowering Raiders to achieve their full potential," reflects our commitment to help every student reach their highest capabilities. This goal is made possible, in part, through the unwavering dedication and hard work of our staff, who meticulously craft opportunities for students to foster a sense of belonging, generosity, mastery, and independence within a caring community.
At YRHS, we firmly believe that the cornerstone of any successful classroom, school, or community lies in the foundation of strong relationships. Consequently, we make it a priority to respect the unique insights and knowledge of parents and families, actively involving them as partners in the learning process. Together, we collaborate to create enriching experiences for our children.
As the principal of the school, I eagerly anticipate the opportunity to meet and serve the residents of Yorkton and the surrounding area.
Sincerely committed to education,
Dr. Brandon Needham, Principal
Mrs. Jesse Armstrong, Vice-Principal
I am excited to welcome you all to the Home of the Raiders where you will begin your journey; “In Pursuit of Excellence.” As the Grade 9 and 10 Vice-Principal, my job is to help transition you into high school during Grade 9, so you are prepared to attain credits in Grade 10. The best way to do this is to engage in your classes with regular attendance and take advantage of all the supports that surround you. I implore you to be in RTime each and every day and use it to become a better student. Take advantage of the knowledge that your teachers will pass on to you. If you have an any issues, big or small, make sure you head down to Student Services or the Entayan Room where one of our team members will help you to develop a plan for moving forward. At the YRHS you always have the support of caring staff and students. There are countless opportunities for you to take advantage of within these walls, both curricular and extra-curricular. High school should be some of the best days of your life and my advice is to get involved in your school. Start planning today for your next four years. Join a club or team, try-out for things that interest you, cheer on your fellow Raiders, and have fun!
Mr. Alan Kyle, Vice-Principal