Shea High School

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Shea High School
Raider3.png
"Something special is happening here"
Address
485 East Ave.
Pawtucket, Rhode Island 02860
Information
School type Public high school
School district Pawtucket School District
Principal Donald Miller
Grades 912
Enrollment 1,153 (2007)
Mascot Raiders
Website

Charles E. Shea High School, commonly known as Shea High School, is an American secondary school in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Shea is part of the Pawtucket School Department. The mascot is the "Shea High Raider". The school was named after a well-known Pawtucket resident, Charles E. Shea.

After a low test-score history for some years, the State authorities were going to take control of the school, but good scores in 2006 averted this.[1]

School enrollment is about 1,188 students: 1% Asian, 29% Hispanic, 39% Black, and 31% White.[2]

Pawtucket Mayor Don Grebien attends Shea's graduation every year. Each year the school has a celebrity guest speaker for the graduating class.

LL Cool J and U.S. Representative Patrick Kennedy made a surprise visit to Shea High School in 2005 to talk about the future and school academics. LL Cool J then met with students and signed autographs. [3]

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Clubs[edit]

Art Club Key Club
Mock Trial (in which Shea participates in the Rhode Island Legal/Educational Partnership[4])
Math League
Student Council
FBLA
Yearbook
Theater
Hip-Hop Dance Team
Latin Dancing Club
Ice Fishing Club (this was actually on the announcements, but it is a school-wide joke)
National Honor Society
Outdoor Adventure Club

Sports[edit]

Fall/Winter[edit]

  • Football
  • Cheerleading
  • Girl's Volleyball
  • Girl's Tennis
  • Girl's Soccer
  • Boy's Soccer
  • Girl's Cross Country
  • Boy's Cross Country
  • Co-Ed Swim Team
  • Boy's Basketball
  • Girl's Basketball
  • Girl's Soccer
  • Boy's Indoor Track
  • Girl's Indoor Track

Spring[edit]

Boy's Baseball
Girl's Softball
Boy's Track and Field
Girl's Track and Field
Boy's Volleyball
Boy's Tennis
Co-ed Golf

Notable alumnni[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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