Pilgrim High School
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|Pilgrim High School|
|111 Pilgrim Parkway
Warwick, Rhode Island 02888
|School type||Secondary (High School)|
|Motto||In order to excel tomorrow, we challenge all students to meet the highest academic, civic and social standards today.|
|Grades||9 - 12|
|Enrollment||1500 (2016 - 2017)|
|Color(s)||Black, Gold (or Yellow), and White|
|Mascot||The Pilgrim Patriot|
Pilgrim High School (also known as Pilgrim, or PHS) is a 9-12th grade secondary school in Warwick, Rhode Island. The school is one floor and features various wings of classes, mainly divided by subject (100s, 200s, 300s, etc.). The School logo is the shape of a Revolutionary Patriot head formed by the words "Pilgrim High School Patriots", although a black or gold "P" is used for most athletic teams. School colors are black, gold (or yellow), and white. The school has an enrollment of over one thousand students.
The school has several famous alumni including the Emmy Award winning actor James Woods (Class of '65), College All-American, Olympian and two-time Stanley Cup winning NHL goalie Chris Terreri (Class of '82), PGA professional golfer Patrick Sheehan (Class of '87), Major League Baseball pitcher Dan Wheeler (Class of '95).
Clubs and activities
Student clubs active at Pilgrim High School include Academic Decathlon, Amnesty International, Mock Trial, Model Legislature, Chorus, Chorale, Women's Choir, Men's Choir, Band, Jazz Band, Drama (The Pilgrim Players), DECA, Environmental Club, AFS, Students Against Destructive Decisions (S.A.D.D.), Voices For Change (Glee Club), and Protect Your Circle.
The school rival is Toll Gate. Pilgrim also has an early childhood learning center and a large special education department. Pilgrim is also known locally for its special education department and its student body's tolerance, acceptance, and integration of the special education students in everyday school events and activities.
Pilgrim sports programs include: Women's Lacrosse, Bowling, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Soccer, Cross Country, Track and Field, Tennis, Field Hockey, Ice Hockey, Wrestling, Golf, Volleyball, Cheerleading and Swimming.