Riverview High School (Riverview, New Brunswick)
|Riverview High School (RHS)|
Stamus Pro Veritate
We Stand for Truth
|400 Whitepine Road
Riverview, New Brunswick, E1B 4H8, Canada
|School board||Anglophone East School District|
|Vice Principals||Gregory Longaphie, David MacDonald, Kim Oakley|
|School type||Public high school|
|Language||English primary, and French secondary|
|Area||Riverview, New Brunswick|
|Colours||Red and White|
Riverview High School, or simply RHS, is a public high school in Riverview, New Brunswick, Canada. It is part of the province's Anglophone East School District, offering education to students from grade nine to twelve. As of 2011 the school holds roughly 1,200 students through grade nine and twelve. It is the only high school in Riverview, and one of the four Anglophone high schools in Greater Moncton.
The school was founded in September 1962 starting with two Grade 10 classes. Prior to that date Grades 10 through 12 from the then community of Riverview Heights attended Moncton High School. From its beginnings until 1978, the high school was located at 92 Devere Road, now the site of Riverview Middle School.
In 1978 a new facility was opened on an 18-hectare site about two kilometres west of the old school (which became Riverview Middle School and continues to function as such). The new school also has a swimming pool, a feature the old school did not possess. In 2006 the auditorium began to operate independently for community use and plays host to many different shows each year, including a Stereos/The Midway State concert in November 2009.
The school has a full size theater (The Riverview Arts Centre), a double gym (with retractable basketball nets, and a divider that drops from the ceiling), a weight room, two music rooms, a cafeteria, a library, a swimming pool (Pat Crossman Memorial Aquatic Centre), a courtyard, two art rooms, several computer labs, a woodshop, a culinary tech room/kitchen, and six science labs.
School colours and Mascot
|RHS School Song|
- Travis Jayner: Class of 2000. A member of the United States short track speed skating team and winner of a bronze medal in the 5000m relay in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
- Michael LeBlanc: Class of 2005. Represented Canada in the 60m at the 2012 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Istanbul, Turkey.