Top Rhode Island School Districts

  • For the 2018-19 school year, there are 61 top school districts in Rhode Island, serving 138,981 students.
  • The most diverse district is Dcyf School District, with a diversity score of 0.74.  The largest school district is Providence, serving 23,300 students.

Top Rhode Island School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    Achievement First Rhode Island 169 0.46 n/a
    Barrington 3,301 0.24 95%
    Beacon Charter School 232 0.51 ≥90%
    Blackstone Academy 247 0.57 ≥90%
    Blackstone Valley Prep A Ri Mayoral Academy 1,338 0.63 n/a
    Blackstone Valley Prep A Ri Mayoral Academy 3,047 0.24 93%
    Bristol Warren 3,288 0.19 90%
    Burrillville 2,366 0.13 80-84%
    Central Falls 2,642 0.46 70-74%
    Chariho 3,233 0.15 88%
    Coventry 2,189 0.50 n/a
    Coventry 3,232 0.17 93%
    Cranston 10,307 0.61 88%
    Cumberland 4,511 0.32 92%
    Davies Career And Technical 809 0.68 ≥95%
    Dcyf 65 0.74 ≤10%
    East Greenwich 2,438 0.27 ≥95%
    East Providence 5,176 0.45 86%
    Exeter-west Greenwich 1,615 0.12 90-94%
    Foster 277 0.04 n/a
    Foster-glocester 685 0.10 90-94%
    Glocester 545 0.06 n/a
    Highlander 458 0.60 n/a
    International Charter 342 0.60 n/a
    Jamestown 490 0.12 PS%
    Johnston 3,146 0.41 89%
    Kingston Hill Academy 183 0.39 n/a
    Learning Community 556 0.31 n/a
    Little Compton 243 0.06 n/a
    Met Career And Technical 810 0.67 90-94%
    Middletown 2,051 0.48 85-89%
    Narragansett 1,316 0.21 85-89%
    New Shoreham 112 0.30 ≥50%
    Newport 2,132 0.71 85-89%
    North Kingstown 3,933 0.21 87%
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