Rothesay Park School

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Rothesay Park School
Rothesay Park School
7 Hampton Road

Coordinates 45°23′16″N65°59′47″W / 45.3879°N 65.9964°W / 45.3879; -65.9964 Coordinates: 45°23′16″N65°59′47″W / 45.3879°N 65.9964°W / 45.3879; -65.9964
School type Public
MottoStand Tall, Fly High
School board Anglophone South
SuperintendentZoe Wattson
PrincipalTammy Derrah
Grades 6 to 8
Enrollment265 (2011)
LanguageEnglish, French immersion
Colour(s)Red, blue and gold    
MascotRalph the Raven
Team nameRavens
AlumniJack Long

Rothesay Park School is a middle school situated in Rothesay, New Brunswick, Canada. The school serves about 300 students in grades 6 to 8 in New Brunswick School District 06.



The school was founded in the late 19th century. It moved into a purpose brick built building, the first in the area, in 1915 when it was known as Rothesay Consolidated School and educated in grades 1–12. After the opening of a new high school in the 1950s it was renamed as Rothesay Elementary School and restricted to grades 1–6. However this school closed in 1975 and a new Rothesay Elementary School opened nearby. Community pressure resisted the demolition of the building which re-opened in 1977 as Rothesay Park Elementary School. A further reorganisation occurred in 1997 when it became a grade 6-8 middle school, now called Rothesay Park School. [1]


Heritage Canada recognized the re-opening project with a Regional Award of Honour for Heritage Preservation in 1997. [1] During the 2005–2006 school year it was voted, by Today's Parent Magazine, one of the top 100 schools in Canada. [2]

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  1. 1 2 "A Brief History of Rothesay Park School". Rothesay Park School. Archived from the original on 29 June 2007. Retrieved 13 February 2008.
  2. "Today's Parent Top 40 Schools. The school fitness trainer, Scott Geiki has since carried the schools sports teams to win provincial banners making the school a worthy opponent to other NB middle schools". August 2005. Archived from the original on 28 September 2007. Retrieved 11 February 2008.