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All Means All

The Mission of the East Greenwich Public
Schools is to genuinely know, support
and celebrate all students in meeting
their full potential. We are committed
to meaningful collaboration among
faculty, staff, students, families and the
community, recognizing our collective
responsibility to continue to deliver a
high-quality education system for all.

EGPS Annual Report 2024

Summer Work

Summer work expectations for students rising to grades 6-12, including ELA, Math, and AP courses.

2024-2025 School Calendar Approved 3-19-2024

Vision of A Graduate

The Vision of a Graduate, developed in 2019-20, defines our goals for each student to prepare for life.

Strategic Plan

Our Strategic Plan is intended to be a living, relevant document, against which EGPS initiatives will be built and measured.

EGPS News & Events

Check here for up to date news and information.

East Greenwich At a Glance

The Town of East Greenwich, Rhode Island, is a coastal town on the western side of Narragansett Bay. It is 16.71 square miles. East Greenwich is bordered by the City of Warwick to the north and the Town of North Kingstown to the south and east. The population of East Greenwich was 14,312 at the 2020 census and is part of the Providence metropolitan statistical area and the Greater Boston combined statistical area.

The East Greenwich School District consists of six schools.

  • One lower elementary school serves grades K-2.

  • One lower elementary school serves grades PK-2.

  • Two upper elementary schools serve grades 3-5.

  • One middle school serves grades 6-8. 

  • One high school serves grades 9-12.

The district has approximately 2,550 students in grades PK-12.

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Student Enrollment




4-year Graduation Rate


Per Pupil Expenditure