The Catholic Schools of The Diocese of Providence
Catholic schools educate the whole person – mind, heart, and spirit. They do so by offering a world-class standards-based curriculum that addresses the academic, artistic, spiritual, social and physical development of the students. The students in the schools of the Diocese grow to respect the inestimable dignity of the human person, acquire the habits of intellectual and moral virtue, strive for personal holiness, see, feel and act with mercy, and work for the advancement of the common good.
In a Catholic school, parents have the opportunity to become directly involved in their children’s education. This education is offered at a cost per student that is dramatically lower than that of the public schools with a quality that is second to none.
The schools in the Diocese of Providence form the most highly respected system in Rhode Island. Each school is accredited by New England Association of Schools & Colleges.
- 99% of Catholic high school students graduate.
- 99% attend two and four year colleges and universities, 7% and 92% respectively.
- 68% received fully or partially paid college scholarships.
You are invited to see first-hand how contributions to Anchor of Hope is making a difference in the lives of children throughout the state. Please contact Gena E. Bianco at 401.277.2121 to schedule a visit to a Catholic school.