Barrington High School (Barrington, Rhode Island)

Barrington High School (Barrington, Rhode Island)

Barrington High School (Barrington, Rhode Island)

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Barrington High School is located in Barrington, Rhode Island. Its Principal is Joseph Hurley, who assumed the office following the retirement of former principal John Gray. Barrington High School is a "Nationally Recognized Blue Ribbon School of Excellence."


The school's mission statement reads:<blockquote>•The mission of Barrington High School is to equip each student with the knowledge and skills to be a confident, cooperative, critical decision maker and an ethical contributor to a competitive and ever-changing world; this purpose is accomplished by providing an academically rigorous curriculum, diverse co-curricular opportunities, and effective instructional strategies which challenge all students to reach their highest levels of achievement.</blockquote>


Barrington High School was established after the construction of its current building at 220 Lincoln Avenue between 1950-1959.



•Foreign language(s) taught: French, Latin, Mandarin and Spanish.

•Special education programs designed specifically for students with specific learning disabilities.

•This school has a particular instructional focus on hands-on learning, project-based instruction.

Physical education is required for all grades.

Test Scores

Barrington is recognized for having students that are among the highest scorers in the state on standardized tests. In 2009 93% of Barrington 11th graders were proficient in reading and 85% were...
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