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Welcome to Rothesay Netherwood School!
RNS is an independent, boarding and day school for grades 6-12 in Rothesay, New Brunswick. With highly qualified and dedicated teachers, we challenge students to be active, compassionate, and lifelong learners who develop a greater appreciation for the world around them. Learn More!
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Fall 2016 Registration
On behalf of RNS we wish you a safe and enjoyable summer. The start of the 2016-2017 school year is fast approaching and we are already gearing up to welcome everyone to the campus in September!

We have compiled important information that will help you to prepare for the first day of school on Wednesday, September 7th (classes begin Thursday, September 8th). Please review it carefully so that you will know when and where you are supposed to be.

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Discover RNS!
Think RNS may be a good fit for you?
Consider planning a visit to:
• spend some time with our students
• see the school in action
• take a guided tour of the campus
Contact admission@rns.cc to arrange your visit!
Upcoming Events on The Hill
Tuesday, September 6th:
Grade 6 Orientation Day

Wednesday, September 7th:
140th Opening of School

Opening Day - Move in and Registration for Grades 6-12
Family BBQ 4-6 pm
Opening Chapel Service 7 pm at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church on Gondola Point Road

Thursday, September 8th
First Day of Classes

Have a safe and fun summer!

The RNS School Office in Collegiate Hall (Admission, Alumni, Development, Business and Head's Offices) remains open all summer, Monday thru Thursday, 8:30am - 5pm and Fridays, 8:30am - 1pm. 
 

RNS in the News


Rothesay Netherwood students win prestigious science competition
4/7/2016
By Rebecca Watson, Telegraph Journal. Published on Monday, April 4, 2016 in The New Brunswick Telegraph Journal, Saint John, NB / www.telegraphjournal.com).

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Raine Easton '16 commits to UPEI Panthers Soccer team
3/16/2016
Let it Raine: Easton to join reloading Panthers soccer team

Raine Easton is one step closer to accomplishing a childhood goal of playing Canadian Interuniversity Sport soccer.

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