Top Rhode Island Public Schools Eligible For Free Lunch

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Approximately 41% of public school students in Rhode Island are eligible for free lunch (2021).
The public schools with the highest eligible for free lunch are listed below (where sufficient data available).
The public school with the highest percentage of students eligible for free lunch in Rhode Island is Dcyf Alternative Ed. Program with 96% of students eligible.

Public Schools Eligible For Free Lunch in Rhode Island (2021)

  • School Eligible for Free Lunch Grades Location
  • Rank: #11.
    Dcyf Alternative Ed. ProgramAlternative School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 96%
    Grades: 7-1257 Power Road
    CranstonRI 02920
    (401) 462-7253

  • Rank: #22. Eligible for Free Lunch: 91%
    Grades: 2-585 Laurel Hill Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02909
    (401) 456-9389

  • Rank: #3-43.-4.
    Sheila Skip Nowell (central)Charter School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 90%
    Grades: 9-1243 Hawes Street
    Central FallsRI 02863
    (401) 751-0405

  • Rank: #3-43.-4.
    Village Green VirtualCharter School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 90%
    Grades: 9-12135 Weybosset Street
    ProvidenceRI 02903
    (401) 831-2878

  • Rank: #5-85.-8. Eligible for Free Lunch: 88%
    Grades: 2-5222 Daboll Street
    ProvidenceRI 02907
    (401) 278-0504

  • Rank: #5-85.-8. Eligible for Free Lunch: 88%
    Grades: 6-8152 Springfield Street
    ProvidenceRI 02909
    (401) 278-0557

  • Rank: #5-85.-8. Eligible for Free Lunch: 88%
    Grades: K-5199 Oxford Street
    ProvidenceRI 02905
    (401) 456-9381

  • Rank: #5-85.-8.
    Robert L. Bailey Iv
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 88%
    Grades: K-565 Gordon Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02905
    (401) 456-1735

  • Rank: #9-109.- 10. Eligible for Free Lunch: 87%
    Grades: 6-8278 Thurbers Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02905
    (401) 456-9355

  • Rank: #9-109.- 10. Eligible for Free Lunch: 87%
    Grades: K-560 Kossuth Street
    ProvidenceRI 02909
    (401) 456-9416

  • Rank: #11-1511.- 15. Eligible for Free Lunch: 86%
    Grades: K-599 Kenyon Street
    ProvidenceRI 02903
    (401) 456-9391

  • Rank: #11-1511.- 15. Eligible for Free Lunch: 86%
    Grades: 6-8188 Princeton Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02907
    (401) 456-9341

  • Rank: #11-1511.- 15. Eligible for Free Lunch: 86%
    Grades: K-560 Camden Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02908
    (401) 456-9369

  • Rank: #11-1511.- 15.
    Sheila Skip Nowell (capital)Charter School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 86%
    Grades: 9-12133 Delaine Street
    ProvidenceRI 02909
    (401) 751-0405

  • Rank: #11-1511.- 15. Eligible for Free Lunch: 86%
    Grades: 9-12182 Thurbers Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02905
    (401) 456-1781

  • Rank: #16-1716.- 17. Eligible for Free Lunch: 85%
    Grades: K-5159 Sackett Street
    ProvidenceRI 02907
    (401) 456-9407

  • Rank: #16-1716.- 17.
    Veazie Street School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 85%
    Grades: K-5211 Veazie Street
    ProvidenceRI 02904
    (401) 453-8601

  • Rank: #18-2018.- 20.
    Central High School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 84%
    Grades: 9-1270 Fricker Street
    ProvidenceRI 02903
    (401) 456-9111

  • Rank: #18-2018.- 20. Eligible for Free Lunch: 84%
    Grades: K-1240 Laban Street
    ProvidenceRI 02909
    (401) 456-1783

  • Rank: #18-2018.- 20. Eligible for Free Lunch: 84%
    Grades: 9-12434 Mt. Pleasant Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02908
    (401) 456-9181

  • Rank: #21-2621.- 26. Eligible for Free Lunch: 83%
    Grades: K-51450 Broad Street
    ProvidenceRI 02905
    (401) 456-9367

  • Rank: #21-2621.- 26. Eligible for Free Lunch: 83%
    Grades: K-5674 Prairie Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02905
    (401) 278-0515

  • Rank: #21-2621.- 26. Eligible for Free Lunch: 83%
    Grades: 6-8480 Charles Street
    ProvidenceRI 02904
    (401) 456-9203

  • Rank: #21-2621.- 26. Eligible for Free Lunch: 83%
    Grades: K-565 Greenwich Street
    ProvidenceRI 02907
    (401) 278-2872

  • Rank: #21-2621.- 26.
    Trinity Academy Performing ArtCharter School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 83%
    Grades: 7-12150 Washington St.
    ProvidenceRI 02903
    (401) 529-8077

  • Rank: #21-2621.- 26. Eligible for Free Lunch: 83%
    Grades: 5-829 Bainbridge Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02909
    (401) 456-9102

  • Rank: #27-3027.- 30.
    Asa Messer El. School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 82%
    Grades: PK-41655 Westminster Street
    ProvidenceRI 02909
    (401) 456-9401

  • Rank: #27-3027.- 30. Eligible for Free Lunch: 82%
    Grades: 9-11434 Mount Pleasant Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02909
    (401) 274-1897

  • Rank: #27-3027.- 30.
    Hope High School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 82%
    Grades: 9-12324 Hope Street
    ProvidenceRI 02906
    (401) 456-9161

  • Rank: #27-3027.- 30. Eligible for Free Lunch: 82%
    Grades: 7-975 Carpenter Street
    ProvidenceRI 02903
    (401) 272-0881

  • Rank: #3131. Eligible for Free Lunch: 81%
    Grades: K-5145 Beaufort Street
    ProvidenceRI 02908
    (401) 456-9337

  • Rank: #32-3432.- 34.
    E-cubed Academy
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 80%
    Grades: 9-12812 Branch Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02904
    (401) 456-0694

  • Rank: #32-3432.- 34.
    Providence Career TechnicalVocational School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 80%
    Grades: 9-1241 Fricker Street
    ProvidenceRI 02903
    (401) 456-9136

  • Rank: #32-3432.- 34.
    Webster Avenue School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 80%
    Grades: K-5191 Webster Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02909
    (401) 456-9414

  • Rank: #35-3735.- 37.
    360 High School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 79%
    Grades: 9-11182 Thurbers Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02905
    (401) 274-4603

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