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First Years of Rhode Island High Schools

 

 

1. Barrington: 1917

2. Bay View:

1851 (As St. Mary)

1967 (As St. Mary-Bay View)

3. Block Island: 1933

4. Burrillville: 1900

5. Central:

1909 (Earliest Known) (As Providence Tech)

1931 or 1932 (As Central)

6. Central Falls: 1912 (Earliest Known)

7. Chariho: 1960

8. Classical: 1843

9. Coventry: 1934

10. Cranston East:

1890's (Earliest Known) (As Cranston)

1958 (As Cranston East)

11. Cranston West: 1958

12. Cumberland: 1895 (Earliest Known)

13. Davies: 1971

14. East Greenwich: 1942

15. East Providence: 1884

16. Exeter/West Greenwich: 1990

17. Hendricken: 1959

18. Highlander:

2000 (Originally only K-5 grades)

2013 (High School)

19. Hope: 1898

20. Juanita Sanchez: 2001

21. Johnston: 1960

22. La Salle:

1861

1985 (Became co-ed with addition of girls)

23. Lincoln: 1965 (Earliest Known)

24. Lincoln School: 1884

25. Masters: 2000

26. Middlebridge: 2008

27. Middletown: 1961

28. Moses Brown: 1784

29. Mt. Hope:

1906 (As Colt Memorial)

1958 (As Bristol)

1928 (Earliest Known) (As Warren)

1993 (As Mt. Hope)

30. Mt. Pleasant: 1936 (Earliest Known)

31. Mount Saint Charles: 1924

32. Narragansett: 1974

33. North Kingstown: 1901

34. North Providence: 1939

35. North Smithfield: 1966

36. Paul Curfee: 2001

37. Pilgrim: 1962

38. Ponaganset: 1960

39. Portsmouth: 1959

40. Providence Country Day: 1923

41. Prout:

1966

1986 (Became co-ed with addition of boys)

42. Rocky Hill: 1934

43. Rogers: 1843

44. St. Patrick:

1843

1970 (School closed)

2009 (School re-established)

45. St. Raphael: 1922

46. Scituate: 1956

47. Shea:

1940 (As Pawtucket West)

1977 (As Shea)

48. Smithfield: 1966

49. South Kingstown: 1880

50. Times 2: 1998

51. Tiverton: 1966

52. Toll Gate: 1972

53. Tolman:

1915 (As Pawtucket)

1940 (As Pawtucket East)

1955 (As Tolman)

54. West Warwick:

1913 (Earliest Known)

1956 (As Deering)

1966 (Back as West Warwick)

55. Westerly: 1870 1

56. Wheeler: 1889

57. Woonsocket: 1848

 

 

Non-RIIL School Members

Alternate Learning Program: 1971

Barrington Christian Academy: 1979

BEACON: 2003

Met School: 1996

Ocean Tides: 1975

Portsmouth Abbey: 1926

Rhode Island School For the Deaf: 1876

St. Andrew: 1893

St. George:

1896 (in Newport)

1901 (in Middletown)

1972 (Became co-ed with addition of girls)

School One: 1974

 

 

Footnotes

1 = First year of graded school system in District 1 of Westerly. 1903 first year of separate building for Westerly High School students

 

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