The Cranston Public Schools Administration building is located right next to City Hall on Park Avenue. The building,…More erected in 1904, was once the city's first high school. Formerly the William A. Briggs School, the building is now home to the superintendent of schools and the administrative offices that manage and run the school system.
The building also has classroom space and is used by Cranston High School East.
Cranston Veterans Memorial Ice Rink 900 Phenix Ave, Cranston, RI02921 Cranston Veterans Memorial Ice Rink, home of the Cranston Reds is an indoor hockey rink located on Phenix Avenue. The…More hockey rink has numerous uses such as being home to Cranston East High School and Cranston West High School hockey programs, hosting youth hockey leagues and adult hockey leagues for men and women, public skating sessions, learn-to-skate programs and is also home to the Cranston Figure Skating Association. The ice rink has four locker rooms, can hold over 1,000 fans on its bleachers and also has a concession stand and snack bar open during games. Public skating is available every day of the week and costs $5 for adults, $3 for children under 6 and $2 for seniors. Skate Rentals are $5. The ice rink is also available for rent and costs $235 per hour.
Arlington School is a small neighborhood elementary school serving the Arlington neighborhood. Located in eastern…More Cranston, the school is a Blue Ribbon school and has recently earned the distinction of being categorized as a high performing school by the Rhode Island Department of Education.
The school's current principal is Michelle David.
The school features a city-managed tot park known as Arlington School Playground. The park is open to the public after school hours.
Glen Hills School 50 Glen Hills Dr, Cranston, RI02920 Glen Hills School is a public elementary school located on Glen Hills Road. The school enrolls students in kindergarten…More through grade 6 and is led by principal Jay DeCristofaro. It provides a nurturing and safe environment where kids can learn and grow, and offers all types of activities for students, including after-school programs. The school's active parent-teacher group, known as the PTGH, raises money for the school and coordinates an after-school enrichment program, a cultural art program, field trips and family activities. Visit the website for a schedule of events, as well as details on programs and enrollment.