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PCS Superheroes – Blood Drive Donors Save Lives

Paul Cuffee Upper School has earned first place in Rhode Island Blood Center's annual High School Heroes program. 

School’s Back!

Aniyah Holloway is so excited about third grade she wrote and recorded a rap about coming back to school! Her enthusiasm was so contagious that reporter Walt Buteau at WPRI...

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.

PCHS Teacher Wins National Award and $10,000 Prize!

Paul Cuffee School is proud to announce that Ms. Megan Thoma is the recipient of the first-time Sanford Teaching Award from National University System. One teacher from each state and...

NFL Player Inspires Elementary Students with Stories of School, Friendships, and Sports

His name is James Ferentz and he plays center for the Patriots. He’s new to New England and was a member of the Denver Broncos in 2016 when they won the Super Bowl championship.

Paul Cuffee’s Girls on the Run Team Supports Endangered Species

Girls on the Run is a national initiative to develop and empower girls in third through eighth grades to develop healthy habits, relationships, and essential skills that will carry them through adolescence to adulthood.

Paul Cuffee Middle School Volleyball Team is Numero Uno

Congratulations to Coach Bell and the members of the PCMS Volleyball Team who took home the Championship title at the recent Volleyball playoffs.

Rowing Club Begins at PCS

Funding from a 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant has made it possible for twelve Middle School students to learn to row after school at Narragansett Boat Club this season.

Paul Cuffee Artists Immerse Themselves in Modern and Classical Art

Under the direction of art teacher, Ms. Kelly Lee, 14 Advanced and Advanced Placement Art students toured the fabulous MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) and the Met (Metropolitan Museum of...

Average Class Size: 20
Current Enrollment: 820
Students of Color: 96%
Female Students: 51%
Male Students: 49%
Free/Reduced Price Lunch Eligibility: 82%
Multi-Language Learners: 19%
Students Receiving Special Education Services: 13%
Total Employees: 168
BIPOC: 45%
Female Employees: 75%
Male Employees: 25%