We invite students and their families to arrange a visit to our school. Each visiting student will accompany an RNS student in their own grade to class, and have a chance to meet our students and faculty.
Parents will also be given a tour of the school. The goal of the visit is to allow families to gain an understanding of the programs and the opportunities available at Rothesay Netherwood School.
To arrange a visit, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 506-847-8224.
RNS Open Houses are held in the fall and in the spring. Stop in to see us!
November 7, 2018 - All Grades November 23, 2018 - Grade 6 (for students entering Grade 6 in the Fall of 2019) May 3, 2019 - All Grades
A visit during the school week, provides students and their families the opportunity to experience the academic environment at Rothesay Netherwood School. Students can attend several classes with a student in their own grade and be given a campus tour. Students wear casual clothing during their visit. The schedule for the student's family will include a campus tour as well.
The Admission Office is always open and, if a weekday visit is not possible, we can arrange a tour at a time that fits your schedule: after work in the evening, during a weekend or during the summer months.
To plan a Campus Visit : Call the Admission Office at 506-847-8224 or email us at email@example.com .
Local Facilities & Attractions
Rothesay Netherwood School is situated in the heart of the Fundy Region. We are just minutes away from the Bay of Fundy and the City of Saint John, and all that the Fundy Region has to offer.
In this historic port city, just a 15 minute drive from the town of Rothesay, you can experience the highest, wildest tides in the world. You can walk streets steeped in 400 years of history by following a number of marked walking tours. You can shop at the oldest continuing farmers' market in the country and use the unique indoor walkway system that connects shopping centres, hotels, restaurants, the New Brunswick Museum and Harbour Station. The restored Imperial Theatre is also in the city centre.
This wilderness park on the city's west side features a winding coastal road and nature walking trails along the Bay of Fundy. Look for harbour seals and porpoises from the observation decks and venture along the boardwalks in search of the hundreds of species of seabirds that feed on the salt marshes and mud flats. The park is open year-round from dusk to dawn for visitors on foot and from June to November for vehicles. Take the first exit after crossing the Harbour Bridge.