Rocky Hill School
The school was founded in 1934 by Dorothy Marshall as a pre-primary school. Nathan Hale, a descendant of the Revolutionary war hero of the same name, purchased the school in 1939. The school's main campus is the former Hopelands country estate, which was acquired by the school in 1948, and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
Until at least the 1960s, the school's full name was Rocky Hill Country Day School.
Peter Branch became the ninth head of school in 2013.
This is a coeducational school that comprises three divisions, a Lower School (preschool - grade5), Middle School (6-8), and Upper School (9-12). Classes are small, with a student-teacher ratio of 5:1. The total enrollment is just under 300. Because of its small size, Rocky Hill is able to give students a high level of individual attention.
- The Middle School has a 1:1 iPad program, where each middle school student has an iPad to use both at school and home
- The Upper School uses the Harkness table system.
- Upper School students and faculty are required to have laptop computers. All classrooms are equipped with projection capability. 
- The Upper School uses a course management system (Moodle). 
- "Rocky Hill School". Patch Media. Retrieved 29 February 2012.
- Trafford, George E. (8 December 1988). Holiday concert at Rocky Hill, Providence Journal
- Breed, Donald D. (1 August 1998). There's a lot of history behind these East Greenwich walls, Providence Journal
- (11 November 1996). Nathan Hale, 97; headmaster of Rocky Hill School for 22 years, Providence Journal
- Warwick, p. 35 (1996)
- D'Amato, Don & Spencer Terry. Hopelands, Rocky Hill School 3, Warwick Beacon (undated, story appears to date from early 1980s in context, Retrieved February 28, 2012)
- Private independent schools, p. 979 (1963)
- (31 May 2013) Rocky Hill School Admissions
- (31 May 2013) Rocky Hill School web site iPad Program
- (29 February 2012) The Harkness Table
- (31 May 2013) Rocky Hill School web site Laptop Program
- (31 May 2013) Rocky Hill School web site Moodle