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PROVIDENCE — Proving that there is no shortage of ways that new technology supports education, Rhode Island’s Catholic schools share how they are up to speed on digital advancements and new media, making learning in the classroom fun, engaging and current. more
PROVIDENCE — The 2013-14 academic year marks the first time that St. Patrick Academy in Providence will have a full complement of high school grades, 9-12, and an enrollment of 74 students – an increase of more than 40 percent. In turn, this school year will see the Academy’s first graduating class of seniors. The 13 seniors comprising the Class of 2014 are scheduled to graduate on, June 7, 2014. more
PROVIDENCE — When teachers returned last week to open the new school year at St. Pius V elementary school, they found the usual first day of school preparation: shiny, polished floors; stacks of textbooks; and sparkling clean classrooms with desks all in a row, ready for the students. more
CUMBERLAND, RI - The eighth grade class at Mercymount celebrated their progression from middle school to high school at graduation ceremonies held on June 14 at Mt. St. Rita Chapel. more
(WOONSOCKET, R.I.)-Under a rainbow covered sky graduation ceremonies for the Good Shepherd Catholic Regional School Class of 2013 were held at St. Joseph Church, 1200 Mendon Road, Woonsocket. more
WOONSOCKET — The Brother Adelard Arena on the Mount Saint Charles campus was filled with the support of cheering family, faculty and friends ready to watch the graduates, with diplomas in hand, step boldly into the world. more
PROVIDENCE — White robed and gloved graduates, most negotiating high heels, hurried into the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul during steady rain on the evening of June 10, as the young ladies of St. Mary Academy – Bay View prepared to say their goodbyes to each other in the Class of 2013. more
PROVIDENCE — During the 86th commencement exercises held June 9 at the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, Providence, graduates were welcomed into the venerable legacy that Saint Raphael Academy has cherished for generations. Throughout the past four years, their experiences in faith, service and community have strengthened their relationships with each other and with God. more
PAWTUCKET —“This is just surreal” murmured Nicole Monge as she got in line to have her cap aligned correctly by a motherly Ms. Robin Bent, her soon-to-be former foreign language teacher. Salutatorian of her class and a parishioner of Holy Ghost parish on Federal Hill, Monge found herself both excited and wistful at her impending graduation from Bishop Bishop Francis P. Keough Regional High School. “I'm really going to miss my Keough family,” she said. more
PROVIDENCE — Kara Wilson grew up with a poor education on a Navajo reservation in Arizona, an area she describes as having a high percentage of Native Americans living below the poverty line. more
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