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Our New Dining Hall

The Richard and John Woodruff Dining Hall is the main dining and meeting facility at the heart of campus at Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School. 

The 15,500 square-foot brick building seats 475, providing a much larger dining space to accommodate Rabun Gap’s record enrollment.  The facility includes a grand foyer, large windows offering views of campus and natural light, a well-equipped and energy efficient kitchen, a large meeting room, covered porch, and a large patio for meals and events.  The architectural design of the building is in keeping with the columns and brick that are found throughout campus. The building frames the central campus, strategically placed adjacent to the former Addie Corn Ritchie Dining Hall and faces toward the library on the hill.  Together these buildings offer exceptional opportunities for the student community as the Addie Corn Ritchie Dining Hall will be repurposed to offer a student center once the new dining hall opens.
The Dining Hall opened to students and faculty in March 2019. The current Addie Corn Ritchie Dining Hall is being transformed into a student center. 

Construction began on the  Richard and John Woodruff Dining Hall in summer 2018 after the successful $7 million campaign which exceeded its goal thanks in part to our lead philanthropic family, foundations, and the many parents, friends, and alumni who have supported the project.

Thank you to our Rabun Gap family of parents, friends, alumni, and foundations who supported our new Dining Hall!

Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School is a private, coeducational day and boarding school for grades Pre-K through 12, located in Rabun Gap, GA. Centrally located between Atlanta, GA, Greenville, SC, and Asheville, NC, we combine our strong academic program, mountain setting, and Presbyterian heritage to inspire young people who are eager to learn and grow.

Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School does not discriminate regardless of race, color, religion, gender, disability, creed, or national origin.