RNS is located in Rothesay, New Brunswick, a picturesque suburb of Saint John, a seaport city on the Bay of Fundy that is the oldest incorporated city in Canada dating back to 1785. Our self-contained, 125-acre campus is reminiscent of prestigious academic institutions such as University of Toronto, McGill, Harvard, and Oxford.
The RNS campus features four Georgian-style residence buildings; the brand new, state-of-the art Science Hall building for STEM curriculum; a spacious, 400-seat dining hall; a 200-seat theatre; fully-equipped art and music studios; the Memorial Chapel; a comfortable, resource-filled library; innovation studio; and a newly-built wellness centre in the heart of it all. Our large campus footprint affords us the opportunity to continue to expand our facilities.
We are home to an indoor ice arena, three well-maintained playing fields, three outdoor tennis courts, two squash courts, a running track, gymnasium with climbing wall, and more nature trails than you would find at many national parks. And our beautiful Jordan Boyd Memorial Pond is converted into a charming outdoor skating rink in winter.