Officer Cadet Samuel Fortin at the provincial cross country championships on the Plains of Abraham.

Elite and competitive sports define the Remparts teams. These sports aim at developing a culture of excellence, but also, in the long term, a sense of belonging towards the Remparts’ teams. Officer cadets and naval cadets selected for these teams are the best in their discipline.

Student-athletes, part of competitive sports teams, benefit from the advice of coaches and physical trainers specialized in their sport to develop their full potential and achieve their goals.

The elite and competitive sports component of the program offers a calendar of events adapted to each discipline that provides officer cadets and naval cadets with opportunities for success and excellence. Student-athletes who play on these teams represent RMC Saint-Jean in both civilian and military events.

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Logo Remparts Video

Duration : 2 minutes 55 seconds

A graphic suggesting a piece of shattered ice reshaping itself is displayed in motion. Then appears the logo of the College, under which is written "Remparts".

Officer cadets in combat gear climb a wall.itten "Remparts".

A sequence of images successively shows a broomball player who shoots, judokas who fight and a runner training in an indoor gymnasium.

Athletes train, kickboxers compete against each other, and soccer players play a game. A hockey player rushes towards the goalkeeper, shoots, returns to the camera and brakes, projecting ice towards the camera.

During this sequence, the screen reads "RMC Saint-Jean and the sports department proudly present you the Remparts logo".

Helped by his team, a soccer player outwits his opponents.

Then is presented the first element of the logo, which consists in a shield with a blue outline on a white background. This shape “represents defense, perseverance and the will to win, and its top points recall the values of the College: Truth, Duty and Valor".

Then a soccer and hockey players practice and a goalkeeper stops a shot.

Another element of the logo appears: four squares placed like a blue and white checkerboard on the shield. They stand for the concept of contrast, a duality which “demonstrates the bilingual character of the College and the united forces of French and English cultures".

After another hockey shooting scene, the text "the forts" appears on the logo. This element consists of three fortified towers: a larger one stands in the center of the shied and the other two on each side. These towers are respectively split into two blue and white halves. Then reads the text "the three forts recall the forts of the Richelieu Valley, erected on the site that have marked Canadian history at three distinct times".

After a judokas training scene, the logo appears with an additional element: blue waves that cross the shield under the towers.

After a short scene of officer cadets on a staircase, appears a text explaining the symbolism of the waves: "the living water of the Richelieu River and the energy that reigns at the College".

Follows a shot presenting officer cadets climbing a wall.

The text “Remparts” appears in the middle of the shield in large white letters with a blue outline. Then, the explanation describing this element of the logo is given. It reads: "the vestiges of the ramparts of the fort built in the 18th century and which remain today, just like the sports program of the College".

A series of images show athletes from seven disciplines on the program practicing their sport: running, soccer, hockey, judo, broomball, kickboxing and military skills.

The College logo reappears in an ice-shaped graphic, followed by the logo presented in full.

We can then read successively: pride, perseverance and the will to conquer.

The sequence ends with the Remparts logo under which icons representing seven disciplines on the program appear, and with RMC Saint-Jean’s logo under which can be read the College's Internet address (

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