Saint Paul School

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St. Paul School, Cranston
Motto "In Service to God since 1922."
Established September, 1922
Affiliation Roman Catholic
Principal John Corry
Academic staff
13 full-time
Students 185, co-educational
Address 1789 Broad Street, Cranston, Rhode Island, 02905, United States
Colors Blue and yellow          
Athletics Basketball, volleyball, and track
Affiliations New England Association of Schools and Colleges
Mascot The Chargers

Saint Paul School is a Catholic, co-educational, elementary school in Cranston, Rhode Island, United States. It serves students from the cities of Cranston, Warwick and Providence in Rhode Island, USA.

Originally staffed by the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, it is now led by a community of lay teachers, staff, parents, alumni, and parishioners of Saint Paul Church. The school is guided by the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church and the Diocese of Providence, Rhode Island.

In 2006, the school renamed its renovated auditorium for Mrs. Jean Patterson, the principal of St. Paul School from 1994-2005. Under Patterson's leadership, enrollment increased, curricula were updated, sports teams were established, and major renovations to the school were completed.


Saint Paul School, under the direction of Principal John Corey and St. Paul Church Pastor Father Francis Santilli, serves students in grades pre-kindergarten through 8. The school has athletic teams, a computer lab and an after-school program. The oldest Catholic school in Cranston, it opened its doors in 1922.

Preceded by
Mrs. Linda E. LeBeau (2005-2006)
Principal of St. Paul School
Mr. John F. Corry (2006-present)
Succeeded by

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Coordinates: 41°46′36.21″N 71°24′0.57″W / 41.7767250°N 71.4001583°W / 41.7767250; -71.4001583