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Book Love Foundation Names PCMS among 2019 Grant Award Recipients

Ms. Silk, 7th Grade Humanities Teacher, has been awarded a highly competitive Book Love Foundation grant to foster her students’ independent reading...

Volunteers Make All the Difference

Imagine being lucky enough to celebrate the contributions of 150 people who helped support Paul Cuffee School in one way or another this year!

Extra Great Reasons to Celebrate!

Paul Cuffee High School graduated its sixth class of seniors on June 13th at Columbus Theatre on Broadway in Providence’s West End. Pegah Rahmanian, who is the director of the Rhode...

Career Day Guests Inspire PCS Middle School Students

The second annual Career Fair at Paul Cuffee Middle School was a terrific success, thanks to the inspirational keynote address provided by Providence City Councilwoman Nirva LaFortune...

A Passion for Knowledge and Social Activism

Immigration, the death penalty, universal health care, the opioid crisis, environmental ethics, and animal rights were among the dozens of research topics that eleventh graders chose for their Capstone Presentation Projects this spring.

Be Active, Happy + Healthy!

More than 100 Paul Cuffee students and families attended the school's Health Fair to learn about community health programs and participate in free screenings and consultations.

Celebrating Student Achievement

High academic expectations and hard work have yielded great results in the year so far with 165 students being honored on the Head of School’s Honor Roll List.

Legendary Civil Rights Activist and Olympic Bronze Medalist Delivers Inspirational Message at PCHS

Thanks to the foresight and initiative of Board President Earl N. Smith III, more than 250 Cuffee students, faculty and staff were able to hear Olympic bronze medalist and activist...

Box Tops for Education Can Add Up Quickly

Students in K-5 classrooms have been competing to see who can collect the most Box Tops for Education by February 15th. Worth 10 cents each, those tiny cardboard emblems can add up quite quickly and help kids learn to add and/or multiply by 10.

Paul Cuffee’s Middle School Art Teacher Named Rhode Island Art Educator of the Year

PCS congratulates Middle School Art Teacher, Amy Weigand, who won the RI Art Education Association’s Outstanding Middle School Art Educator of the Year and overall RI Art Educator of the Year.

Average class size: 21
Current enrollment: 813
Annual enrollment growth since 2001: 37%
Faculty with advanced degrees: 57%