About Scituate High School
A Tradition of Excellence, Personalized Learning,
and Preparing for the Future
- 97% graduation rate in 2017, 94% in 2015, 2016
- 100% graduating seniors fulfilled STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts Mathematics) requirement
- 85% of AP students scored at College-Level Mastery
- 42% of all SHS students enrolled in Project Lead the Way CTE course
- Average class size: 16
- Opportunity to graduate with up to a full year of college credits with Advanced Placement and Early Enrollment
- Top 8 in Rhode Island in PSAT, SAT, PARCC and NECAP Science scores
- English classes are student-interest driven and have included sports literature, science fiction, poetry, and more
- 86% of graduates continue on to 2- and 4- year colleges
- Only R.I. school district to offer the AP Mobile CSP course where students develop socially useful apps and earn college credit
- Only R.I. school to offer FIRST Tech Challenge, SeaPerch (building, testing, and improving aquatic Remotely Operated Vehicles), and SeaGlide (building, testing, and improving Autonomous Underwater Vehicles)
To be a Spartan means to persevere, help others, and strive for personal and academic success.
Scituate High School is dedicated to helping you achieve these goals, and we provide every one of our students with the opportunities and skills they need to be successful on any path they choose.
Our school community has set high standards for students through meaningful instruction and personalized, student-centered learning experiences.
As a small high school, we are able to provide opportunities for every student that larger schools cannot while preserving a tradition of excellence in a family atmosphere.
Awards and Honors
- Rhode Island Department of Education Commended School
- 21 varsity sports with three current State Champions – Boys Tennis, Girls Soccer, and Softball
- Won one of only four spots representing R.I. at the Super Regional FIRST Tech Challenge (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology)
- 60+ students selected for Rhode Island All-State Band and Chorus
- Superior ratings for band and chorus at RIMEA Festival consistently every year
- 4-time National NEED High School of the Year, 11-time Rhode Island NEED High School of the year (consecutive)
- Five computing awards from the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) in three years
- $100k Champlin Grant for State of the Art Media Center (opening Sept. 2018)