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An Educational & Engaging Summer

As we start our new school year on August 31st, we want to thank everyone who made it possible to provide scholarships to Pat’s Pastured Farm Camp, Community Boating Center’s...

Congratulations Class of 2021

The Paul Cuffee School Class of 2021 had the distinct pleasure of attending an in-person graduation ceremony on June 16th, thanks to the perseverance and due diligence of their Upper School faculty and staff.

Reading Rockstars!

Cuffee fifth graders, Jessica Leo-Jimenez and Elibel Cepeda Tapia, and third grader Nikhila Venkataraman have received medals to honor their advanced reading proficiency.

Paul Cuffee School Wins Excellence in Facilities Transformation Award

Great News! The International Facilities Management Association’s (IFMA’s) Boston Chapter has named Paul Cuffee School’s innovative new Digital Twinning Project among their 2021 Awards of Excellence winners.

Middle School Student Among Write RI Winners

Paul Cuffee Middle School’s Chibuzo is one of this year’s Write Across Rhode Island Award Winners! She submitted a 1,000 word story that was so compelling, we’re all wanting to...

Learning to Relax!

Weary of screen time and computer-based assignments, students in Ms. Thomas’s 8th grade advisory requested more project-based learning during a recent wellness class. Connecting her students’ needs to what they...

Black History Facts

Ron Thomas, Student Success Manager at our Upper School, has been putting together a Black History “fact of the day” each day during Black history month for our high school students. Take...

Tufts Health Plan Sponsors Back-to-School Essentials

Making new friends during the pandemic has been a pleasant surprise, especially because people like you share our concern about protecting the health safety of our community when our...

Celebrating the Class of 2020

Sixty graduating seniors and their families drove through the upper school parking lot to receive their diplomas and congratulatory confections on the evening of June 11th. Not even the rain...

WHOOSH!: The End-of-Year Reading Event You Don’t Want to Miss

To get kids excited about science and reading during the month of June, the school is hosting an all-school read of the book Whoosh! We encourage our families to: Read...

Average class size: 20
Current enrollment: 820
Annual enrollment growth since 2001: 37%