East Providence High School
- EAST PROVIDENCE, RI
East Providence High School Reviews
Rating 3.37 out of 5 287 reviews
I like EP because they try to keep it very modern, but I feel like there should be a few more life preparedness classes. There is financial literacy and vocational classes but I feel like more is needed.
In East Providence High School, you will find most of the teachers care enough about their students to stay after school for them, provide students with out of class learning materials to help them catch up to the rest of the class, and in general, they are pretty friendly. East Providence, in my opinion is very strict on bullying and the deans, vice principle, and principle, will try their best to crack down and stop any bullying that is reported to them. There are also extra support teachers for students that require them and most of them actually feel like they want to help the students succeed. A minus to the school is that if certain teachers have an unruly class, I feel like you can see them progressivly caring less and less through out the school year for that class.
I like how many options there are for classes that can help with the careers of students in the future, however the student behavior can’t get very out of control.
East Providence High School had some of the most amazing and influential teachers while others were far from that. The new building is definitely going to allow the staff and students to strive for greatness that was once lacking in the old, worn down building. I loved the school, however, and there is a great sense of school spirit and pride among the students.
I have attended East Providence High School for the past four years. Since then, the school building was knocked down and a brand new was built. The new building in wonderful and is state of the art. It is a pretty good environment for learning and creating life-long friendships.
Teachers offer opportunities for students in certain interests of fields. Empathetic and equitable teachers. Building structure is falling apart. Crowded building. Unlikeable students.
All of the teachers care about their students and they help us every step of the way to make sure that we feel confident in the work that we are producing in their classes.
I can't wait for the new school to be built! I keep up with the face book videos and tours but once it is done it will be a great change.
East Providence high school was an average schooling location. Many upgrades could of helped students stay more focused such as air condition in the summer. East Providence High had many extracurricular activities and clubs, which really showed school spirit. Teachers were overall eager to teach and help students achieve success.
There is so much diversity in the school, and the Career and Tech Program is phenomenal. Although a lot of the teachers are not the best, excluding some of the best teachers I have met in my life. You will either have a teacher you love or hate, I have not really found a teacher that is so much in between the scale. The school does appreciate the arts and athletics equally which is appreciated and offers an extremely large amount of classes within a huge range of interests.
I had a great experience at East Providence high school until COVID hit. I am a Senior now and I feel that our year has been ruined. I am running for class President so that I can work with the school to find ways to make this year memorable. I have enjoyed the school spirit that East Providence has and I have formed great relationships with my teachers and friends. I am happy to attend such a diverse school. I also have enjoyed my experience working with special needs students in the life skills program. It has been life changing for me.
I would say overall my experience was an average experience. I am glad to see the new school being built, and hopefully a lot of my experiences being in an older building, such as classrooms falling apart and things just not being up to date, new students and staff won't have the same issues.
East Providence High School has great arts programs but could imporve in safety and overall school culture.
I liked some teachers, but the vast majority of teachers are stubborn and stuck in their ways, not listening to the feedback and cries for help from their students. Administration also functions like a corrupt system, putting down young teachers with great ideas, and glorifying older teachers that hate teaching and only do it for the job security.
I enjoy all of the staff members and teachers. They are all down to earth, easy to talk to, and understanding. The facility itself isn't great right now, but they are working on building a new school for future students. Overall, the school has taught me a lot both academically and personally.
There are always ups and downs of high school, but at EP you have a whole team to back you up. Plus, our SRO officers are the best!!! The teachers will always help you, though sometimes you have to be persistent. However, the food isn't the best, but it's alright. Overall, the experience of my high school career has been fantastic!
I liked that most teachers were very nice and most were hands on when teaching. Teachers were also understanding for the most part. Language (Spanish) teachers and history teachers I had were the best, always my favorite. Students could be brutal, not physically, but mentally. It was not a totally inclusive environment. The building itself was bad, but they are rebuilding after I have left. I strongly disliked the cafeteria food.