Archie R. Cole Middle School 100 Cedar Ave, East Greenwich, RI02818 Archie R. Cole Middle School is a public school for seventh- and eighth-graders in East Greenwich. It is located at 100…More Cedar Avenue. As of fall 2010, the school was undergoing a $38 million renovation that would add sixth-grade education.
The East Greenwich School Department operates and oversees the six public schools in East Greenwich. There is a high…More school, a middle school and four elementary schools with approximately 2400 students in East Greenwich Schools.
There are 350 employees in the schools and the administrative department offices, which are located at 111 Peirce Street. Victor Mercurio is the Superintendent of Schools.
George R. Hanaford Elementary School 200 Middle Rd, East Greenwich, RI02818 Hanaford Elementary School serves fourth and fifth grades. Principal Beth Cauley can be reached at 886-3270 or by e-mail…More at: email@example.com.
Rocky Hill School 530 Ives Rd, East Greenwich, RI02818 Founded in 1934, Rocky Hill School is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school in East Greenwich,…More RI made up of students in preschool through grade 12.
Rocky Hill focuses on innovative teaching and an interactive educational experience that prepares students to become leaders and lifelong learners. Our diverse student body is challenged academically and afforded opportunities not found at any other schools.
Our small school community, where every student matters, allows for individualized instruction and creates a familial setting throughout campus. Upper, Middle and Lower School students interact with each other and faculty in ways that create a distinct learning dynamic.
Located on 84 acres overlooking Narragansett Bay, Rocky Hill's stunning campus fosters exploration and discovery within a safe environment.
Sweet Peas Village is a private learning center for children ranging from six weeks to five years old. The school…More offers a comprehensive education, from the basics of reading, writing and math, to art in a small-class setting. About 150 students benefit from a 3-to-1 student-to-teacher ratio. Sweet Peas' educational mission is designed to build self-esteem, develop social and motor skills, and build on speech and language abilities in the children.