Top Graduation Rate Public Schools in Rhode Island

  • Public school in Rhode Island achieve an average graduation rate of 86% (2020).
  • The public schools with the highest graduation rate are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The public school with the highest graduation rate in Rhode Island is Classical High School with 97% of students graduating.

Top Graduation Rate Public Schools in Rhode Island (2020)

  • School Graduation Rate Grades Location
  • 1.-2.
    Classical High SchoolRank: #1-2
    Graduation Rate: 97%
    Grades: 9-12770 Westminster Street
    ProvidenceRI 02903
    (401)456-9145

  • 1.-2.
    Portsmouth High SchoolRank: #1-2
    Graduation Rate: 97%
    Grades: 9-12120 Education Lane
    PortsmouthRI 02871
    (401)683-2124

  • 3.
    Barrington High SchoolRank: #3
    Graduation Rate: 96%
    Grades: 9-12220 Lincoln Avenue
    BarringtonRI 02806
    (401)247-3150

  • 4.-8.
    East Greenwich High SchoolRank: #4-8
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-12300 Avenger Drive
    East GreenwichRI 02818
    (401)398-1574

  • 4.-8.
    Exeter-west Greenwich RegionalRank: #4-8
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-12930 Nooseneck Hill Road
    West GreenwichRI 02817
    (401)397-6893

  • 4.-8.
    Narragansett High SchoolRank: #4-8
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-12245 South Pier Road
    NarragansettRI 02882
    (401)792-9400

  • 4.-8.
    Scituate High SchoolRank: #4-8
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-1294 Trimtown Road
    North ScituateRI 02857
    (401)647-4120

  • 4.-8.
    Village Green VirtualRank: #4-8
    Charter School
    Graduation Rate: ≥95%
    Grades: 9-12135 Weybosset Street
    ProvidenceRI 02903
    (401)831-2878

  • 9.-10.
    North Providence High SchoolRank: #9-10
    Graduation Rate: 95%
    Grades: 9-121828 Mineral Spring Avenue
    ProvidenceRI 02904
    (401)233-1150

  • 9.-10.
    Toll Gate High SchoolRank: #9-10
    Graduation Rate: 95%
    Grades: 9-12575 Centerville Road
    WarwickRI 02886
    (401)734-3300

  • 11.-12.
    North Kingstown Senior High SchoolRank: #11-12
    Graduation Rate: 94%
    Grades: 9-12150 Fairway Drive
    North KingstownRI 02852
    (401)268-6236

  • 11.-12.
    South Kingstown High SchoolRank: #11-12
    Graduation Rate: 94%
    Grades: 9-12215 Columbia Street
    WakefieldRI 02879
    (401)360-1000

  • 13.-14.
    Chariho High SchoolRank: #13-14
    Graduation Rate: 93%
    Grades: 9-12453 Switch Road
    Wood River JunctionRI 02894
    (401)364-7778

  • 13.-14.
    Cranston High School WestRank: #13-14
    Graduation Rate: 93%
    Grades: 9-1280 Metropolitan Avenue
    CranstonRI 02920
    (401)270-8049

  • 15.-21.
    Burrillville High SchoolRank: #15-21
    Graduation Rate: 90-94%
    Grades: 9-12425 East Avenue
    HarrisvilleRI 02830
    (401)568-1310

  • 15.-21.
    Lincoln Senior High SchoolRank: #15-21
    Graduation Rate: 90-94%
    Grades: 9-12135 Old River Road
    LincolnRI 02865
    (401)334-7500

  • 15.-21.
    Middletown High SchoolRank: #15-21
    Graduation Rate: 90-94%
    Grades: 9-12130 Valley Road
    MiddletownRI 02842
    (401)846-7250

  • 15.-21.
    North Smitfield High SchoolRank: #15-21
    Graduation Rate: 90-94%
    Grades: 9-12412 Greenville Road
    North SmithfieldRI 02896
    (401)766-2500

  • 15.-21.
    Ponaganset High SchoolRank: #15-21
    Graduation Rate: 90-94%
    Grades: 9-12137 Anan Wade Road
    North ScituateRI 02857
    (401)710-7500

  • 15.-21.
    Smithfield High SchoolRank: #15-21
    Graduation Rate: 90-94%
    Grades: 9-1290 Pleasant View Avenue
    SmithfieldRI 02917
    (401)949-2050

  • 15.-21.
    Westerly High SchoolRank: #15-21
    Graduation Rate: 90-94%
    Grades: 9-1223 Ward Avenue
    WesterlyRI 02891
    (401)596-2109

  • 22.
    Cranston High School EastRank: #22
    Graduation Rate: 92%
    Grades: 9-12899 Park Avenue
    CranstonRI 02910
    (401)270-8126

  • 23.-24.
    Coventry High SchoolRank: #23-24
    Graduation Rate: 91%
    Grades: 9-1240 Reservoir Road
    CoventryRI 02816
    (401)822-9499

  • 23.-24.
    Cumberland High SchoolRank: #23-24
    Graduation Rate: 91%
    Grades: 9-122600 Mendon Road
    CumberlandRI 02864
    (401)658-2600

  • 25.-28.
    Beacon Charter SchoolRank: #25-28
    Charter School
    Graduation Rate: ≥90%
    Grades: 9-12320 Main Street
    WoonsocketRI 02895
    (401)671-6261

  • 25.-28.
    The Greene SchoolRank: #25-28
    Charter School
    Graduation Rate: ≥90%
    Grades: 9-1294 John Potter Road
    West GreenwichRI 02817
    (401)385-3670

  • 25.-28.
    Jacqueline M. Walsh SchoolRank: #25-28
    Graduation Rate: ≥90%
    Grades: 9-12350 Divison Street
    PawtucketRI 02860
    (401)721-2148

  • 25.-28.
    Paul Cuffee Charter SchoolRank: #25-28
    Charter School
    Graduation Rate: ≥90%
    Grades: K-12459 Promenade Street
    ProvidenceRI 02908
    (401)453-2626

  • 29.-31.
    Metropolitan Career Technical CenterRank: #29-31
    Vocational School
    Graduation Rate: 90%
    Grades: 9-12325 Public Street
    ProvidenceRI 02905
    (401)752-2600

  • 29.-31.
    Mt. Hope High SchoolRank: #29-31
    Graduation Rate: 90%
    Grades: 9-12199 Chestnut Street
    BristolRI 02809
    (401)254-5980

  • 29.-31.
    Pilgrim High SchoolRank: #29-31
    Graduation Rate: 90%
    Grades: 9-12111 Pilgrim Parkway
    WarwickRI 02888
    (401)734-3250

  • 32.-34.
    Johnston Senior High SchoolRank: #32-34
    Graduation Rate: 85-89%
    Grades: 9-12345 Cherry Hill Road
    JohnstonRI 02919
    (401)233-1920

  • 32.-34.
    Providence Career TechnicalRank: #32-34
    Vocational School
    Graduation Rate: 85-89%
    Grades: 9-1241 Fricker Street
    ProvidenceRI 02903
    (401)456-9136

  • 32.-34.
    Tiverton High SchoolRank: #32-34
    Graduation Rate: 85-89%
    Grades: 9-12100 North Brayton Road
    TivertonRI 02878
    (401)624-8494

  • 35.
    West Warwick High SchoolRank: #35
    Graduation Rate: 87%
    Grades: 9-121 Webster Knight Drive
    West WarwickRI 02893
    (401)821-6596

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