Providence & North
American Sign Language Academy ............... 722-1022
255 Main St., Pawtucket
Angel Care Montessori ............... 273-5151
150 Waterman Street, Providence
18 months, 2-5 yrs. Our program is unique in that the focus is on the education of the young child through the
stimulation of all the sensory channels at an age in which the "hardware" of the brain is built. Angel Care helps
children develop a sense of independence, self-esteem, and sense of accomplishment through the carefully
planned environment so that children can reach their maximum potential, laying the foundation for all later learning.
The Carter School ............... 533-9100
1000 Eddy Street, Providence
The Carter School’s innovative approach to education extends far beyond the classroom door. The Carter School
integrates education, therapy, and work experiences to prepare students with significant and complex cognitive
physical, and medical needs from 9th grade to 22 years old to pursue a range of possibilities when they graduate.
Our unique 4-center approach supports education, vocational opportunities, and daily living activities tailored to the
student’s specific interests and abilities.
Community Preparatory School ............... 521-9696
126 Somerset St., Providence
Serving students in grades 4-8.
CPS challenges students to become confident independent learners and develops a strong sense of public service
in students through community service and stewardship. It engages parents, students and teachers in goal-setting
and planning in an effort to ensure academic and social success for each student.
Dayspring Christian Academy ............... 508-761-5552
1052 Newport Avenue - South Attleboro, MA.
Dayspring Christian Academy is founded upon the firm conviction that
Christian education makes a difference in the lives of students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grades.
East Side Nursery School ............... 272-2228
372 Wayland Ave., Providence
At East Side Nursery School young children learn by doing. We believe that learning is an interactive process that
requires active thinking and experimenting. Young children learn best through play experiences
The French-American School of RI ............... 274-3325
75 John Street, Providence.
Pre-School - Grade 8. The French American School of Rhode Island (FASRI), founded in 1994, is located on the
east side of Providence. Our international community is comprised of faculty, staff, parents, and students representing
over 30 cultures and nationalities. Our multi-lingual graduates are open-minded, adaptable and curious thinkers
who are aware of other cultures and perspectives. Accredited by the State of RI, the National Association of
Independent Schools (NEASC), and the French Ministry of National Education. You don't need to know French to
learn more about our unique program; we welcome visitors, please reach out to email@example.com!
The Grace School ............... 533-9100
1000 Eddy Street, Providence
At The Grace School, we foster both academic excellence and individual growth in children of all abilities. We do this
through inclusive classrooms that combine rigorous academics with a culture of compassion for children in
kindergarten through grade 8. Meeting Street started The Grace School as an extension of its highly acclaimed and
nationally accredited Early Learning Center. Having honed and developed our inclusive model for more than 20 years,
The Grace School has a commitment to personal growth and academic success no matter where a child’s ability is to
meet or exceed grade level expectations.
The Henry Barnard School ............... 456-8127
600 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Prov., Prek- 5
The Henry Barnard School enjoys a long tradition of exemplary instruction and curriculum innovation.
Located on the campus of Rhode Island College, Henry Barnard is a laboratory school for teacher preparation
programs in the Feinstein School of Education & Human Development.
The Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island (JCDS) ............... 751-2470
85 Taft Ave., Providence
JCDSRI prepares confident, collaborative, critical thinkers for the twenty-first century. We employ a progressive
curriculum that nurtures each student’s innate creativity and curiosity while promoting academic rigor and
developing personal character.
La Salle Academy ............... 351-7750
612 Academy Ave. Providence
La Salle Academy is an independent Catholic, co-education, college preparatory school. Since its founding in 1871,
La Salle’s mission is to educate young men and women of diverse backgrounds, in the tradition of St. John Baptist
de La Salle’s ideals of faith, service, and community. La Salle students are challenged to broaden their horizons and
to strive for excellence in all they do. La Salle is a school of excellence: religiously, academically, artistically, socially,
Lincoln School ............... 331-9696
301 Butler Ave., Providence
Lincoln School is an independent college preparatory school for girls in Grades 1 - 12, with coeducational pre-school
programs for girls and boys from infancy through Pre-Kindergarten.
Relying upon our Quaker heritage, our curriculum produces leaders who truly are citizens of the world. Caring,
professional teachers work together with students to create a learning environment that encourages every child
to discover and nurture her unique gifts.
The Montessori Children’s House ............... 331-6120
518 Lloyd Avenue, on the East Side of Providence, Preschool through Grade 3, Ages 3-12
The Montessori Children’s House is a school dedicated to providing an intellectually stimulating and emotionally
calming atmosphere in which children can become self-directed learners and make Maria Montessori’s dream
of a peaceful world a reality.
Moses Brown ............... 831-7350
250 Lloyd Avenue, Providence
A school of tradition and innovation with a mission to inspire the inner promise of each student and instill the utmost
care for learning, people, and place. Enrolling 770 girls and boys in a challenging and broad college-prep program.
The Providence Center School ............... 276-4531
520 Hope Street, Providence
The Providence Center School serves children 3-21 years of age who
struggle with emotional, social and behavioral issues. The school develops individual education plans for each
student. Our goal is to prepare students to be successful learners and return them to their neighborhood school.
Providence Hebrew Day School ............... 331-5327
450 Elmgrove Ave., Providence
Providence Hebrew Day School offers a quality Secular studies program along with a comprehensive, traditional
Jewish studies curriculum in a warm and personal learning environment.
Saint Philip School ............... 949-1130
618 Putnam Pike, Greenville
We are a Roman Catholic School for children ages 3 years through 8th grade. In striving to educate the whole child, everything that we do is based on our faith and Christian values. Academic excellence is a priority at Saint Philip School, where our multi-sensory teaching approach incorporates all learning styles. Differentiated instruction within our classrooms allows for all children to grow to their individual potential and to become independent, critical thinkers. The incorporation of technology, along with numerous other educational best practices, keeps our teachers and students at the forefront of modern educational theory. Our school community aims to live in a Christ-like manner as we focus on using our God-given gifts in service to others throughout our daily lives.
School One High School ............... 331-2497
220 University Ave., Providence,
Our dynamic inviting community empowers its diverse students to take responsibility for their learning through challenging, creative and personalized educational programs in order to prepare for productive futures, self-reliance, commit to important ideas, and contribute to the world in useful ways.
Wheeler School ............... 421-8100
216 Hope St., Providence, N-12.
A progressive, college-prep school with emphasis on academics, arts and athletics. Includes a special division, The Hamilton School (grades 1-8), for students with learning differences.
All Saints STEAM Academy ............... 848-4300
915 West Main Road, Middletown, Pre-K through Grade 8
Educating for wholeness and holiness.
Aquidneck Island Christian Academy ............... 849-5550
321 East Main Road
Portsmouth. Grades K-12
We, at AICA, are in pursuit of excellence in education as an independent, inter-denominational, co-educational Christian School. We are committed to providing a quality, Christ-centered classical education.
Gordon School ............... 434-3833
45 Maxfield Ave., E. Providence, Nursery - Grade 8.
We challenge students to develop their full potential by inspiring their minds and imaginations, nurturing an interest in life-long learning and fostering involvement in the world beyond Gordon.
Ocean State Montessori School ............... 434-6913
100 Grove Avenue, E. Providence
Preschool - Grade 6
The Ocean State Montessori School fosters independence, self-esteem, and a life-long love of learning by providing an academically excellent and nurturing Montessori environment for children in preschool through sixth grade.
The Pennfield School ............... 849-4646
110 Sandy Point Ave., Portsmouth Pre-school (age 3) - 8th grade.
We provide students with the academic skills to thrive at the secondary school level. Science labs, Spanish, arts, music, technology round-out the curriculum.
The Providence Country Day School ............... 438-5170
660 Waterman Ave, E. Providence Coeducational school, grades 6-12
Established in 1923, PCD is a college preparatory school serving a diverse population from over 45 different communities throughout southeastern New England. Students benefit from an educational program that balances rigorous academics, creative visual and performing arts, and competitive athletics. By meeting high standards for academic achievement, ethical behavior and community participation, PCD students grow with confidence and prepare for a lifetime of learning and leadership.
St. Andrew’s School ............... 246-1230
63 Federal Rd., Barrington,
6-12 and post-grad.
A small coeducational boarding and day school for students in grades 6-12 and post-grad. We offer a challenging college preparatory curriculum, honors courses, a community service program, competitive athletics and intramurals, visual and performing arts and innovative support programs for students with mild language-based learning disabilities.
St. George’s ............... 847-7565
372 Purgatory Rd, Middletown, Grades 9-12.
Affiliated with the Episcopal church. our co-educational, independent, residential school emphasizes academics in a college prep program.
St. Mary Academy - Bay View ............ 434-0013
Educating girls since 1874, St. Mary Academy - Bay View is an independent, Catholic school serving a diverse population of girls from preschool through grade 12. In the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy, we offer a blended learning curriculum to foster critical thinking in a creative learning environment. We are committed to empowering each student to be a confident, independent, compassionate and socially conscious young woman who fully lives her faith.
St. Michael’s Country Day School ............... 849-5970
180 R.I. Ave., Newport,
Grades Pre-School(3 years old) through grade 8
A non-denominational, co-educational, independent school. The program encourages high academic, artistic, athletic and ethical standards essential for success in a complex and changing world.
St. Philomena School ............... 683-0268
324 Cory’s Lane, Portsmouth
St. Philomena is a private Catholic school of 492 boys and girls founded in 1953 by the Society Sisters Faithful Companions of Jesus. Under the guidance and leadership of the FCJ Sisters, the school educates the whole child - spiritually, intellectually, emotionally and physically.
The Wolf School ............... 432-9940
215 Ferris Ave., E. Prov., K-8.
The Wolf School is dedicated to providing an educational environment where K- 8 students with complex learning differences become successful, secure learners. Our intensive and integrated model enables children to discover and utilize their strengths and talents by meeting their academic, social and emotional needs. Special Education certified in both RI & MA.
& South County
Meadowbrook Waldorf School ............... 491-9570
300 Kingstown Road, Richmond
Early childhood to grade 8.
The Meadowbrook Waldorf School is an independent, private school providing an educational program which integrates the arts, sciences, and humanities for children from Early Childhood through Grade 8.
Our Lady of Mercy School ............... 884-1618
55 Fourth Avenue, East Greenwich
PreK to grade 7.
Our Lady of Mercy School provides a spiritual and nurturing environment, which builds a solid academic foundation and supports the community, all in the Roman Catholic tradition, by following our Lord's example of love and kindness so that MERCY may flourish.
Prout School ............... 789-9262
4640 Tower Hill Rd., Wakefield
We are Southern RI’s only Catholic High School. The Prout School is a vibrant Catholic community that prepares the whole person for productive membership in the global community by fostering quality in spiritual, academic, artistic, and athletic pursuits.
Quest Montessori ............... 783-3222
1150 Boston Neck Road, Narragansett
RI's only Accredited Montessori school for children 18 months - 8th grade. Thoughtfully preparing students for high school and beyond through interactive educational experiences that ensure students grow to become navigators, critical thinkers, citizens, and communicators.
Rocky Hill School ............... 884-9070
530 Ives Rd., E. Greenwich, N- 12.
Rocky Hill School is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school located on 84 waterfront acres in East Greenwich. With a focus on innovative teaching and experiential learning, Rocky Hill School challenges students academically and prepares them to become leaders and lifelong learners. Our 5:1 teacher ratio allows for individualized instruction and our stunning campus fosters exploration and discovery within a safe environment.
The Village Lower School ............... 886-4667
836 Middle Road, E. Greenwich
Our focus is on making the educational journey enjoyable and inspiring. We realize that each and every student comes to us with their own unique ways of learning. We provide students with an academic and social experience that stimulates & cultivates their wondrous young minds.
West Bay Christian Academy ............... 884-3600
475 School Street, N. Kingstown
PreSchool through Grade 8
West Bay Christian Academy is a coeducational, independent Christian school for students in Pre-school through Grade 8. West Bay provides a safe, stimulating environment where children enjoy coming to school.
Locations throughout RI
A private, school-funded, day treatment program for children and adolescents whose psychiatric and behavioral needs cannot be met in a public school setting. The program is accredited by the RI and MA departments of education. Students between 3 and 21 years of age are referred by their local directors of special education. Our multidisciplinary teams consist of highly-trained education and mental health professionals who work together to assess, treat and educate our students. From the moment a student enters Bradley School, every effort is made to prepare the student to return to a less restrictive educational setting as soon as they are able. There are Bradley School locations in East Providence, Portsmouth, South Kingstown and Westerly, RI.