Club Lafayette 289 Aylsworth Ave, Woonsocket, RI02895 Club Lafayette is located on Aylsworth Avenue in East Woonsocket. Directly across from the student parking entrance of…More Woonsocket High School, Lafayette is a social club to Woonsocket denizens. Open nightly and during special events, Club Lafayette is also very active in the local community and even sponsors an East Woonsocket Little League team each year.
City of Woonsocket Department of Education 108 High St, Woonsocket, RI02895 The Education Department on High Street handles administration and policy for all of Woonsocket's public…More schools. The staff provides support for all 12 city schools and most school documents can be obtained through the Web site. Superintendent Robert Girardi's office is on the second floor.
Woonsocket Area Career and Technical Center on Aylsworth Avenue is part of the Woonsocket public school system and…More offers specialty programs to high school students. Students are generally recommended to the programs by high school guidance counselors in Burrillville, North Smithfield, Cumberland and Woonsocket. The school is free to members of these communities and offers a wide variety of programs, including culinary arts, graphic design and printing, bio-tech, construction and automotive technology.
The school also runs a daycare service for children ages 3 to kindergarten.
Woonsocket High School 777 Cass Ave, Woonsocket, RI02895 One of the first high schools built in the United States, Woonsocket High School is a public school for students in the…More ninth through twelfth grades and home of the Villa Novans. With 1,795 students, the school is nationally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and has a renowned sports and education program. Principal Dr. Lynne Bedard strives for academic excellence while preparing staff for the unique challenges facing a diverse and talented student body.
Laprade Studio 261 Main St, Woonsocket, RI02895 Laprade Studio specializes in school photography in Woonsocket. This company takes class pictures, individual portraits…More and high school senior portraits. The studio also captures your memories for weddings, parties and events. Bill and June Laprade own the studio. To view examples of the company's portraits and wedding photos, check out the website.
Founded in 1996 by Bob Trudeau, Trudeau's Auto Repair has been repairing and servicing cars of Woonsocket for more…More than a decade. Located on Cass Avenue and near the city high school, Trudeau's is conveniently located in the East Woonsocket area. A certified Rhode Island inspection station, Trudeau's also services all electrical issues, computer diagnostics, air conditioning, brakes and all other forms of repair services.
Harris Elementary is a public school for students in grades K through 5. The school was opened in 2003…More and has 21 classrooms plus a gymnasium, library, cafeteria, technology lab, and music and art rooms. Principal Mr. Richard Pickett is in charge of this elementary school's 50 person staff.
The school was built on the site of the original Woonsocket High School, which was demolished in 2001.
Cass Park 777 Cass Ave, Woonsocket, RI02895 Located adjacent to Woonsocket High School, Cass Park sits on more than 55 acres of open land surrounding Sylvester's…More Pond. The park features a playground including a gym-set and plenty of swings, a baseball field, basketball court and tennis court. Dionne Track and soccer fields are also part of Cass Park.
Beacon Charter High School for the Arts 320 Main St, Woonsocket, RI02895 Beacon Charter High School opened in Woonsocket in 2003. The school offers a unique program combining college…More preparation with arts and business, focusing on three divisions -- visual, performing, and culinary arts. The student body at Beacon has consistently performed well on NECAP tests in reading, writing, algebra and geometry. The school has won multiple awards, including a US News and World Report Bronze medal for being on the "Best of U.S. High Schools" list for 2008. New applications are accepted and when the school is at full capacity, a lottery system is used to choose new students. The school is publicly funded and tuition free.