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We are a Pre-K through 8th grade Catholic school in the Dominican tradition serving families in Providence since 1929
Student growth is supported through a rigorous academic program & a wide range of extra-curricular activities
Catholic values are infused into all aspects of daily life through prayer, outreach, & high standards for student conduct
Our staff lives the Dominican motto of Veritas by Welcoming Truth in Love and leading our students in Welcoming Truth
Our approach of developing virtue enables our students to be self-disciplined, reflective, & faith-filled members of society

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Our Mission

Welcoming Truth in Love

Academic rigor, deep Catholic identity, and a distinctly Dominican heritage characterize the spirit of Saint Pius V School. Welcoming Truth in Love each day, our students grow into faithful, reflective, self-disciplined members of society & the family of God!

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May Crowning

Today St. Pius celebrated our May Crowning Ceremony. It was a beautiful event honoring our... more

Variety Show & Art Exhibit!

Come join us for a wonderful evening as our students entertain us with their talents! Ther... more

Our Playground is Open!

We are happy to announce that our playground was officially open on April 21st! With the h... more

We Got Sitters & Grabbed Hats!

This year's Winter Warmup has moved! Come join us on April 7, 2018, 7-10 PM at the Mee... more

Let's Play! Construction Grant

Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) and national non-profit KaBOOM! awarded Saint Pius V School ... more

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Firedogs to Friars

During the month of November, the fifth graders of St. Pius V School had the incredible opportunity to partner with the Providence College Theatre, Dance, and Film Department for a series of workshops facilitated by PC students in the Children’s Theatre and Creative Drama course. The goal of our collaboration was to introduce the children to drama through creating their own dramatic production from start to finish, while tying in themes from our Reading and Language Arts curriculum, particularly from our novel study of R.J. Palacio’s Wonder.   The first workshop took place at the Smith Center for the Arts on the Providence College campus, where we were able to use the Bowab Black Box Theatre. Students were taught how to brainstorm ideas for and wr... continue reading

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