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.
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.
Chester W. Barrows school has the distinction of being a nationally-recognized Blue Ribbon school.
This small…More school, led by Principal Mary McNally, was built in 1924. An all-purpose room was added in 1993.
The school is in the midst of a effort to improve student writing skills and has an active School Improvement Team. It is also focusing in establishing strong lines of communication between the school and parents to boost student achievement.
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.
The motto of William R. Dutemple School is "Be Respectful. Be Responsible. Be Ready."
Home of the Dolphins,…More Principal Beth Basile-Daggett leads this active and vibrant school located on Garden Street. In recent years, the school is emphasizing math, reading and writing skills throughout the curriculum. It is also working to foster more parent involvement to improve the school climate.
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.
Garden City School 70 Plantation Dr, Cranston, RI02920 Garden City School is a high-performing school led by Principal MaryAnne Casale. The school stresses a strong link…More between parents and the classroom. A key to its strategy is the Family Engagement Network, which coordinates parents and volunteer opportunities and plans after-school activities.
Orchard Farms Elementary School 1555 Scituate Ave, Cranston, RI02921 Under the leadership of Principal Dennis Charpentier, Orchard Farms Elementary School is located on Scituate Avenue. The…More school, surrounded by cornfields, is home to the Stallions.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Faith Nursery School 499 Hope Rd, Cranston, RI02921 The Faith Nursery School, located inside the Faith Presbyterian Church at 499 Hope Road, is a faith-based NAEYC…More Nationally accredited traditional nursery school. The school serves children aged 3 to 5. Its curriculum is an emergent curriculum guided by the Creative Curriculum and based on the RI Early Learning Standards.
With a more than 80-year history, the Hugh B. Bain School has touched the lives of several generations of Cranston…More residents.
About 450 seventh and eighth graders fill the halls of this lively school, which has earned the "high performing" designation by the state Department of Education as well as Middle School of the Year by the state and the state attorney general's office for creating a safer school community.
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.
Eden Park School is nestled in the Eden Park neighborhood. It opened in 1950.
At Eden Park, a love and joy of…More learning is celebrated. An emphasis is placed on parent and community involvement. An example is the school's PTO, which raises money to support field trips, busing, arts programs, teacher supplies, dances and after-school programs.
Cornerstone School 665 Dyer Ave, Cranston, RI02920 Cornerstone School's focus is on children with developmental disabilities. The school offers day care and full-day…More kindergarten as well as support for children 18 months through 21 years of age. Cornerstone School has been helping children since 1965.