Our Catholic schools collaborate with parents, the primary educators of their children. Together we educate the whole person – mind, heart, and spirit. We do this by offering a standards-based curriculum that addresses the academic, artistic, spiritual, social and physical development of the students, by proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ and by teaching the fullness of the Catholic faith.
Our students grow to respect the inestimable dignity of the human person, acquire the habits of intellectual and moral virtue, strive for personal holiness, and work for the advancement of the common good. Our Catholic schools prepare students to hear and respond to their personal vocations and through exemplary and apostolic lives contribute to the kingdom of God.
All Catholic Schools in the Diocese are accredited by New England Association of Schools and educate in accord with and in satisfaction of compulsory school requirements of the State of Rhode Island. More than 98% of Catholic high school students graduate, with 99% bound for two and four year colleges and universities, 7% and 92% respectively. Of current graduates, over 68% have received fully or partially paid college scholarships.
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The Roman Catholic schools in the Diocese of Providence educate students
intellectually, socially, spiritually and emotionally, excel academically
and assist students to become lifelong learners and witnesses to the Gospel.
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