East Providence School District is a public school district located in East Providence, RI. It has 5,238 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 26% of students are at least proficient in math and 28% in reading.
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East Providence School District Reviews
I am a parent of three children who attend the East Providence School district, and I really appreciate the dedication and willingness the teachers out forward to help their students achieve their goals. The East Providence community is more like a family, and everyone sticks together like true townies. The school department is very resourceful, informative, and helpful when registering children or needing any additional information pertaining to a child's needs to further their education.
My high school experience was generally very good. Mostly all my teacher expressed a passion for they chosen subject which in turn created lessons to become as equally interesting for us. They also had a variety of classes to choose from after fulfilling the required credits to graduate. This ranged from multiple linguistic classes to branch scientific classes such as anatomy and forensic to artistic classes such as ceramics and graphic designing. They also gave opportunities to their students with eep course and ap classes that allowed students to get ahead and better prepare us for college. Overall East Providence High School made my learning experience one made to remember fondly now and hopefully for years to come.
I enjoyed being able to meet many people my age, older than me, and younger than me. The great things about the town is that it is a small community and everyone knows each other. It's great being able to interact with everyone, and have everyone's great interest at heart. Being a small knit community, we were allowed to look out for each other and keep ourselves and everyone else safe, We provide when someone is in need of a hand. But like every other community, we also need to change more things. We sometimes get too caught up into politics and favoritism in the community overall, that it gives a bad feeling throughout the community. I would like to see more of a social change and more possibilities to get together and change the hostility that does sit between our small town.