Rhode Island Schools

Rhode Island schools

Note: The schools of Providence County, Rhode Island, USA are in a separate table: Providence County, Rhode Island schools

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Rhode Island Schools - Private Schools and Other Schools
... School Name District County City Students* Bishop Hendricken High School Diocese of Providence Kent County, Rhode Island Warwick, Rhode Island 1052 Notes All male Block Island School (prekin ... Andrew's School Bristol County, Rhode Island Barrington, Rhode Island 223 Notes Boarding St ... George's School Newport County, Rhode Island Newport, Rhode Island 343 Notes Boarding St ...
List Of Providence County, Rhode Island Schools - Other Schools
... School Name District City Students* Health Science Technology High School (9th-10th) Providence Public School District Providence, Rhode Island 87 R.I ... School For The Deaf (prekindergarten-12th) n/a Providence, Rhode Island 118 Times2 Academy (6th-10th) Providence Public School District Providence, Rhode Island 291 *Student counts as of 2003 ...

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