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PROVIDENCE—Although only in his second week on the job, Dan Ferris, the new superintendent of diocesan schools, already has a firm grasp of their strengths and the challenges they face. more
CENTRAL FALLS—Thanks to the generosity of a man who sought to provide for a local Catholic school in his will, many more students and their families will find it a little easier to meet the cost of an education at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Academy. more
PROVIDENCE — Students, teachers and community members gathered Jan. 30 at the Statehouse in support of Rhode Island Families for School Choice, an initiative that would give parents the freedom to choose a school that best meets the needs of their children, as well as provide them with financial vouchers to ease costs. more
On Monday, August 27, members of the faculty and staff of La Salle Academy gathered at Holy Apostles Parish in Cranston for the opening of school retreat. Traditionally, the retreat day begins with … more
BRISTOL—When at first the team from St. Mary Bay View Academy, East Providence, experienced a glitch with their robot on the competition floor, they went back to their station and made some minor programming modifications. more
More than 6,500 people from around the region and world registered for the 2016 CVS Health Downtown 5k on September 18 ­— a charitable sporting event that brings a mix of Olympians, elite and … more
Teachers at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School, Bristol, recently completed a STEAM certification program sponsored by Roger Williams University in conjunction with the Diocese of Providence. The process … more
PAWTUCKET — Saint Raphael Academy, which educates a diverse local student population as well as international students from China, Spain, Switzerland and other countries, will further diversify its … more
PROVIDENCE—It was a memorable experience for a handful of La Salle Academy students who journeyed to Jamaica to make an impact in the lives of disadvantaged children. more
PROVIDENCE – When John Clarke visited Providence College last fall and met several Dominican friars walking on campus, he knew that was where he wanted to continue his education. more
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