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Riverton Collegiate Institute
Engaged in Teaching and Learning
  • Our vision is "Engaged in Teaching and Learning".  By this we mean not only to be occupied with the tasks of teaching and learning, but to be wholly committed to those acts - dedicated to carrying out those activities that are central to our purpose. 
  • Our mission states: "We hold high expectations and maintain a school-wide focus on academic achievement, accountability, and integrity."

Located in the community of Riverton, (Manitoba, Canda), Riverton Collegiate serves grades 8 though 12. The school is part of Evergreen School Division.

In addition to resident students from Riverton and the surrounding area, we are pleased to welcome students from various northern communities. Our school enjoys a close working relationship with all of these communites, including partners from:

  • Southeast Tribal Council
  • Bloodvein First Nation
  • Berens River First Nation
  • Poplar River First Nation
  • Frontier School Division
  • Sapotaweyak Cree Nation (Pelican Rapids)
  • Kinonjeoshtegon First Nation (Jackhead)


Points of Interest:

Located near the shores of beautiful Lake Winnipeg, Riverton is just a short drive south of Hecla and Grindstone Provincial Parks, which are under the jurisdiction of the Manitoba Department of Natural Resources.

hecla_beach.jpg"Here on the prairie, there's a place where stories of sunken ships and magical islands are told, where the water and fishing is a way of life. It's a place where endless days of outdoor adventure await. This place is called Hecla / Grindstone Provincial Park, and it is a series of islands between the east and west shores of Lake Winnipeg. With names like Black Island and Drumming Point, this park is cloaked in mystery from the ways of the Anishinabe (Ojibwe) medicine men. Hecla Island was named after one of the most famous landmarks in Iceland, the volcano Mount Hekla. Today, Hecla Island is the hub of activity in this year-round natural playground. Set your sites on seeing a spectrum of birds and wildlife. Play on the beaches, walk the limestone cobbled shores. Listen to the waves as you tee up for your next shot on Gull Harbour's superb 18-hole course. Follow the beacon of the Hecla lighthouse to the safe and well-serviced moorage of Gull Harbour. Here it's easy to be busy, but even easier to relax. Cross over the causeway and leave the mainland behind."

From the Department of Natural Resources web site description of Hecla / Grindstone Provincial Parks.