Cranston High School West is more than just a large high school. It's a sprawling campus that includes five buildings…More and expansive athletic facilities.
Principal Steven C. Knowlton leads this school of more than 1,600 students and about 150 teachers. Five buildings populate the campus including the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center, which serves Cranston, Johnston, Scituate and Foster-Glocester.
Cranston High School East is one of the largest high schools in the state, with about 1,700 students and 150 staff…More members.
Cranston East is located on Park Avenue next to City Hall. The school's mascot is the Thunderbolt and the school is known for a number of competitive sports teams as well as one of the best marching bands in New England. It also has a high-ranked music program.
The school's current principal is Sean T. Kelly.
Cranston Area Career & Technical Center 100 Metropolitan Ave, Cranston, RI02920 Cranston Area Career & Technical Center is part of Cranston West High School's program to provide "two…More educations in one" to high school students seeking skills in several trades, including child development, drafting technology, aquaculture, residential building repair and remodeling, culinary arts and marketing. Students from Cranston, Foster-Glocester, Johnston and Scituate are encouraged to apply for the program, which starts in the tenth grade and prepares students to continue their education through two and four year colleges or graduate to apprenticeships and the workplace. Applications may be completed online through the program's website.
Cranston Volunteer Firefighters Museum of Meshanticut Park/Oak L 470 Hope Rd, Cranston, RI02921 The Cranston Volunteer Firefighters Museum on 470 Hope Road is a tribute to fallen members of the Oaklawn Volunteer…More Fire Association. Inside the museum are artifacts and equipment worn by f,irefighters from the 1960s through the 1990s that serves as a memorial to volunteer firefighters. This museum also offers a $1,000 scholarship to one student each year that graduates from Cranston High School West.
Western Hills Middle School 400 Phenix Ave, Cranston, RI02920 Home of the Cobras, Western Hills Middle School is led by Principal Anthony Corrente. The school is located next to…More Cranston West High School and students enjoy easy access to state-of-the-art sports fields and facilities. Students at Western Hills have scored higher on standardized tests than the rest of the state in recent years.
St. Paul School 1789 Broad St, Cranston, RI02905 Saint Paul School of Cranston, Rhode Island is a widely recognized school offering Pre-School through 8th grade…More curriculum and welcoming to all faiths. Our standardized test scores rank among the highest in the state. We serve the families of Cranston Rhode Island and the surrounding cities (Providence, Johnston, Warwick, etc.). Our enrollment is currently well over 200 students. We believe that nurturing Christian values along with excellence in education fosters character and leadership development and inspires good citizenship.
St. Mary Roman Catholic Church 1525 Cranston St, Cranston, RI02920 Founded in 1925, St. Mary Roman Catholic Church provides a majestic and awe-inspiring setting for worship. Rev. James J.…More Verdelotti is pastor of this church, which boasts a large congregation, educational programs, a well-manicured cemetery and St. Mary School, which educates students from preschool to the eighth grade.
Citizens Bank 100 Sockanosset Cross Rd, Cranston, RI02920 Citizens Bank, a division of Citizens Financial Group, is a chain of over 1,400 banks worldwide. At the Citizens Bank in…More Cranston, customers can open a checking account, savings account, money market account, certificate of deposit or borrow money for a home equity loan, mortgage or home equity line of credit. Citizens Bank also lends money to qualified students and businesses.
Daniel D. Waterman School 722 Pontiac Ave, Cranston, RI02910 Daniel D. Waterman Elementary School, led by Joanne Valk, has a mission is to encourage, support and challenge students…More to achieve their full potential.
George J. Peters School is an elementary school led by Principal Patricia Caporelli.
The school's…More mission is to prepare every student with a developing sense of responsibility for all people. The school also works to foster an appreciation for the uniqueness of everyone, and emphasises students becoming literate, culture, skilled and resourceful citizens.
Edgewood Highland Elementary School 160 Pawtuxet Ave, Cranston, RI02905 Principal Marlene R. Gamba leads this elementary school of nearly 300 students and 30 teachers. The school is in the…More midst of carrying out a school improvement plan and growing its Family Involvement Committee, which picks activities and projects to improve parent involvement in order to increase student achievement.
St. Mary School 85 Chester Ave, Cranston, RI02920 St. Mary School was founded in 1952. This is a Catholic school that is open to all faiths and socio-economic…More backgrounds. It teaches children from pre-K through the eighth grade, and offers its students a quality education based on fundamental Christian values.
Stadium School 100 Crescent Ave, Cranston, RI02910 Stadium School teaches students from kindergarten through sixth grade to develop a lifelong love of learning. Built in…More 1953, the school occupies ground that was once part of the Sprague family's mansion and grounds and served as a horse racing track, and, later, an auto race track. Principal Susan M. Bryan leads the school.
OfficeMax 200 Hillside Rd, Cranston, RI02920 OfficeMax is a national office supply retail chain. It carries everything a business owner would need, including…More computers, printers and printing supplies, paper and much more. There are also a variety of notebooks, binders and folders in stock for students. This OfficeMax is centrally located in the Garden City shopping center.
Edward S. Rhodes School 160 Shaw Ave, Cranston, RI02905 The Edward S. Rhodes School, which serves the Edgewood neighborhood, is known for having a strong sense of community.…More Principal Kenneth Blackman is proud not only of the students, but also of the actively engaged parents, who volunteer in the classroom and serve on school organizations and committees.
Valley Community School 83 Rolfe Sq, Cranston, RI02910 Valley Community School is an alternative school for children with emotional and behavioral challenges. It works with…More children aged fourteen to eighteen. Primarily, the students are in vocational programs. It also hosts a virtual learning classroom.
Santosha Yoga Studio & Holistic Center 14 Bartlett Ave, Cranston, RI02905 Santosha Yoga Studio & Holistic Center offers yoga classes seven days a week for students of all levels. Classes…More include amrit yoga, gentle yoga, tranquil yoga, balancing yoga, uplifting yoga and yoga for beginners. Dance and meditation classes are also offered. Information on class rates and schedules is available at the website.
American-Chinese Business & Cultural Exchange Service 1431 Park Ave, Cranston, RI02920 American-Chinese Business & Cultural Exchange Service offers assistance to Chinese citizens looking to travel to the…More United States as well as Americans looking to travel to China. They can help in attaining the appropriate visas and also help students looking to study abroad. This location also teaches Mandarin Chinese with one-on-one tutoring.
Gingerbread House 1458 Park Ave, Cranston, RI02920 Gingerbread House is a day care and pre-school located on Park Avenue. The Gingerbread House has a capacity of 42…More students and offers child care for reasonable rates per day or week. The inside of the building is sectioned into different rooms determined by age and need that are taught by professionals in childhood development and education.
Woodridge Elementary School is led by Charlotte Josephs and is listed as a high-performing school by the State…More Department of Education.
This K-6 school on Budlong Road has consistently scored substantially higher than the rest of the state on standardized tests. School officials credit a supportive school community and a very active group of parents for the success of its students.