Skip Navigation
Skip Navigation
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

welcoming truth

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!

More Info

Latest News

Get a Sitter and Grab a Hat!

This year's Winter Warmup has moved! Come join us on April 7, 2018 at the Meehan Overl... more

Providence College Women's Basketball Game

Providence College is hosting SPV students and faculty for a Women's Basketball game o... more

SAINT PIUS V SCHOOL, PROVIDENCE AWARDED $15,000 LET’S PLAY CONSTRUCTION GRANT

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

2017 Veritas Award Winner: Lisa Brodeur, '81

Lisa Degli Angeli Brodeur ('81) was honored as the 2017 Veritas Award R... more

SPV Science Scholars

St. Pius V students competed in the 2017 Rhode Island State Science and Engineering Fair. ... more

View All

Spotlight

Hands-on Science!

STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking. The end results are students who take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning, persist in problem-solving, embrace collaboration, and work through the creative process.   The topic: Marine Biology. The method: Inquiry. Under the direction of the middle school science teacher, Karen Seal, the seventh grade students worked to create inquiry-based lessons which included the creative process and fostered collaboration with the first grade students.   In connection to these lessons, Marine Biomes visited and introduced the 2st & ... continue reading

View Blog