Welcome to the Scituate School Department and it’s new website. It is my honor and pleasure to serve as your superintendent!
Scituate Schools are wonderful places to learn and ones in which the education of each and every student stands as the core mission. We serve to inspire and challenge our students everyday by providing them with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in their chosen college or careers. From the time our students arrive as kindergarteners, our professional and highly qualified teachers and staff provide classroom practices that are appropriate for each and every level of instruction children receive throughout the grades.
We invite you to explore our website for news and information about all aspects of our school department and as always, invite you to come and visit or call!
The Scituate public Schools prepares students for the 21st Century by engaging all learners in meaningful learning experiences that meet the highest educational and ethical standards in a caring, collaborative learning community supported through partnerships with parents and families, community partners, civic organizations, and higher education.
Clayville Elementary School received a 5 out of 5 star rating for the 2018-19 school year!
A special shout-out and congratulations to Principal Courtney Francis, the entire teaching and support staff, students, parents and community for working together to make Clayville one of only twenty-two schools in the state to make that claim!
We are proud of all of our schools and their accomplishments.
Scituate High School - 4 Stars
Scituate Middle School - 3 Stars
Hope Elementary - 3 Stars
North Scituate Elementary-3 Stars
Each has shown growth in categories that inform the RI Department of Education ratings and continue to focus on those areas that can improve. For more information on how ratings are derived, I invite you to click on the link below to take a deeper look into the system and compare Scituate schools to others in the state.
As always, please call any of the schools or my office with questions. Thank you.
Carol Blanchette, Superintendent
On Wednesday, I met a pretty remarkable person. Jeff Spicer attended Clayville Elementary School in Scituate growing up. Fast forward to today, and he has been a custodian there for 30 years. Jeff takes an incredible amount of pride in his job, reflected in the gleaming floors of his school building. He also has pride in his school community. Every morning, Jeff greets his kids at the bus, offering up high-fives to get their day off on the right foot.
It’s a small gesture, but it means a lot.