Students: 217 | Faculty: 44 | Grades: 3-12, PG | Gender: Coed
St. Andrew’s School
St. Andrews School was founded by Reverend William Merrick Chapin in 1893. It was established as a place for students who had nowhere else to go. It has seen many changes over the past 130 years. There are 18 academic and administrative buildings.
Today St. Andrews is a college preparatory school committed to providing an environment of success in academics, athletics and extracurricular activities for all its students. The school offers girls and boys educational opportunities from grade 3 through grade 12 as well as postgraduate opportunities. This provides an additional year of preparation before moving on to college.
An emphasis is placed on all students becoming experienced in athletics and art. These activities are considered important in the building of self-confidence and for providing a well-rounded education.
Boarding Schools in Rhode Island
Portsmouth Abbey School is a co-ed, Catholic boarding school in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Originally Portsmouth Priory, due to an increase in size of its monastic community the schools name was changed to Portsmouth Abbey School in 1969. Grades 9-12 are offered. Portsmouth Abbey School has several traditions and rules the school has a quadrangle called "Holy Lawn" in the center of the campus which is used privately for commencement ceremonies and, which the students and staff are forbidden to walk on. Portsmouth Abbey School ...
St. George's School is a private, coeducational, Episcopal boarding school located in Middleton, Rhode Island. It was founded in 1896. It serves grades 9-12 and currently has around 342 students. The tuition for a boarding student is $52,000, and for a day student $35,700. The class schedules operate on a six-day week, meeting Monday through Saturday, although a couple of days are half day. Rather than physical education, all students participate in different sports. Their mascot is the dragon. Students also ...