How to Reach Us

Lower School (Grades K-5)

459 Promenade Street
Providence, RI 02908
Phone: 401-453-2626
Fax: 401-453-4964
Email: pcs@paulcuffee.org

Directions to the Lower School

From Route 95 North
Take the US-6/RI-10N exit toward Hartford, CT. Get off at Exit 22C to merge onto Providence Place. Go ½ mile, then turn left onto Promenade St. The school is on the right, just after the traffic light.

From Route 95 South
Take exit 22A-22B-22C for RI-10S Providence Place toward US-6W. Get off at Exit 22C to merge onto Providence Place. Take a left at the first light onto Promenade St. The school is on the right, just after the traffic light.

Middle School (Grades 6-8)

30 Barton Street
Providence, RI 02909
Phone: 401-453-2711
Fax: 401-453-2715
Email: pcs@paulcuffee.org

Directions to the Middle School

From Route 95 North
Take Exit 16 toward RI-2/Cranston to merge onto RI-10 N. Take the Westminster Street exit toward Olneyville Square. At the end of the ramp turn right onto Westminster Street. At the next light, turn left onto Barton Street. 30 Barton Street is on the right.

From Route 95 South
Take Exit 21 toward Atwells Avenue. Stay straight on Service Rd. No 7. At the second traffic light turn right onto Broadway. Go just under 1 mile and turn left onto Barton Street. 30 Barton Street is on the left.

Upper School (Grades 9-12)

544 Elmwood Avenue
Providence, RI 02907
Phone: 401-781-2727
Fax: 401-781-2828
Email: pcs@paulcuffee.org

Directions to the Upper School

From Route 95 North
Take exit 16 toward Cranston. Keep right at the fork and follow signs for US-1/Elmwood Ave. At the next fork, keep left and continue to follow signs for Elmwood Ave. Turn left onto Elmwood Ave. Drive approximately 1.2 miles. The school is on the right, across from Walgreens.

From Route 95 South
Take exit 17 to merge onto US-1 N/Elmwood Ave. Drive .8 mile. The school is on the right, across the street from Walgreens.

PCS BY THE NUMBERS

Average class size: 18
Current enrollment: 774
Annual enrollment growth since 2001: 37%
Faculty with advanced degrees: 53%

I love PCS because I have so many loving and caring friends. There are so many teachers to think of. There are so many things to do whether we are outside or not. Thank you to all the teachers for making me a better person.   

Heyla A., Grade 5