The Smith Street Primary School is an historic school at 396 Smith Street in Providence, Rhode Island. It is a large 2-1/2 story brick structure with a cross-gable roof. It was designed in Queen Anne style by William R. Walker & Son and built in 1885. The building occupies its site at an unusual angle, partially overhanging the sidewalk, and has an asymmetrical interior, a departure from the other schools the Walkers designed for the city. It was used as a school facility until 1958, and then housed administrative offices for twenty years. It is one of three (out of fifteen) surviving schools built by the city in the 1880s.