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Woonsocket High School
Location
777 Cass Avenue,
Woonsocket , Rhode Island 02895

United States
Coordinates 42°00′15″N 71°29′09″W / 42.0041°N 71.4858°W / 42.0041; -71.4858 Coordinates : 42°00′15″N 71°29′09″W / 42.0041°N 71.4858°W / 42.0041; -71.4858
Information
Type Public
School districtWoonsocket School District
PrincipalCarnell Henderson
Grades 9 to 12
Color(s) Maroon and White
Mascot Villa Novans
Website WHS website

Woonsocket High School is a high school in Woonsocket, Rhode Island , USA (in Providence County ). It is the only public high school in the city. [1] Manufacturer and abolitionist, Edward Harris , donated the original land for the public high school. [2]

Contents

  • 1 Demographics
  • 2 Advanced placement testing
  • 3 Sports[7]
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Demographics[ edit ]

From grades 9–12 at the Woonsocket high school there are 1556 students, 52% of which are male, and 48% female. The teacher to student ratio is 20:1. [3]

1% of the students are American Indian. 7% are asian, 10% are black, 0.3% are Hawaiian, 29% are hispanic, 48% are white, and 5% of the students have two or more races. [4]

60% of students have economic disadvantages, 53% of students are currently receiving free lunch and 6% get reduced lunch. [5]

Advanced placement testing[ edit ]

14% of students participated in Advanced Placement testing and out of the 14%, 22% passed. The percentage of disadvantaged students who are proficient in testing is 10.9%. Out of the students who don’t have a disadvantage, 22.7% are proficient in testing. [6]

Sports [7] [ edit ]

Woonsocket High School’s mascot is the Villa Novans , and its colors are maroon and white. The sports available at the school are Baseball, basketball, football, Ice hockey, Soccer, Volleyball, and wrestling for boys and Basketball, field hockey, Soccer, softball, and Volleyball for girls. The high school athletes compete in the Rhode Island Interscholastic League (RIIL) in which most of Rhode Island’s public and private schools compete. The town has various sporting facilities, including a football/soccer field, a baseball field, a gymnasium for basketball all on the school’s grounds, and several tennis courts. [8]

See also[ edit ]

  • List of high schools in Rhode Island

References[ edit ]

  1. ^ “Woonsocket High School – Home” . woonsockethighschool.weebly.com. Retrieved 2017-09-06.

  2. ^ History of Providence County, Vol II Ed. by Richard M. Bayles (W.W. Preston & Co., NY. 1891) under Biographical sketches, Town of Woonsocket, p. 397-399 http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/RIGENWEB/1999-09/0936639354
  3. ^ “U.S. News and World Report” . Retrieved 2018-04-24.
  4. ^ “U.S. News and Reports” . Retrieved 2018-04-24.
  5. ^ “U.S. News and Reports” . Retrieved 2018-04-24.
  6. ^ “U.S. News and Reports” . Retrieved 2018-04-24.
  7. ^ “Woonsocket Villa Novans Athletics and Sports Teams – RI” . www.maxpreps.com. Retrieved 2018-04-24.
  8. ^ “Woonsocket Villa Novans Athletics and Sports Teams – RI” . www.maxpreps.com. Retrieved 2018-04-24.

External links[ edit ]

  • Official website

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        Woonsocket High School

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        Woonsocket High School
        Location
        777 Cass Avenue,
        Woonsocket , Rhode Island 02895

        United States
        Coordinates 42°00′15″N 71°29′09″W / 42.0041°N 71.4858°W / 42.0041; -71.4858 Coordinates : 42°00′15″N 71°29′09″W / 42.0041°N 71.4858°W / 42.0041; -71.4858
        Information
        Type Public
        School districtWoonsocket School District
        PrincipalCarnell Henderson
        Grades 9 to 12
        Color(s) Maroon and White
        Mascot Villa Novans
        Website WHS website

        Woonsocket High School is a high school in Woonsocket, Rhode Island , USA (in Providence County ). It is the only public high school in the city. [1] Manufacturer and abolitionist, Edward Harris , donated the original land for the public high school. [2]

        Contents

        • 1 Demographics
        • 2 Advanced placement testing
        • 3 Sports[7]
        • 4 See also
        • 5 References
        • 6 External links

        Demographics[ edit ]

        From grades 9–12 at the Woonsocket high school there are 1556 students, 52% of which are male, and 48% female. The teacher to student ratio is 20:1. [3]

        1% of the students are American Indian. 7% are asian, 10% are black, 0.3% are Hawaiian, 29% are hispanic, 48% are white, and 5% of the students have two or more races. [4]

        60% of students have economic disadvantages, 53% of students are currently receiving free lunch and 6% get reduced lunch. [5]

        Advanced placement testing[ edit ]

        14% of students participated in Advanced Placement testing and out of the 14%, 22% passed. The percentage of disadvantaged students who are proficient in testing is 10.9%. Out of the students who don’t have a disadvantage, 22.7% are proficient in testing. [6]

        Sports [7] [ edit ]

        Woonsocket High School’s mascot is the Villa Novans , and its colors are maroon and white. The sports available at the school are Baseball, basketball, football, Ice hockey, Soccer, Volleyball, and wrestling for boys and Basketball, field hockey, Soccer, softball, and Volleyball for girls. The high school athletes compete in the Rhode Island Interscholastic League (RIIL) in which most of Rhode Island’s public and private schools compete. The town has various sporting facilities, including a football/soccer field, a baseball field, a gymnasium for basketball all on the school’s grounds, and several tennis courts. [8]

        See also[ edit ]

        • List of high schools in Rhode Island

        References[ edit ]

        1. ^ “Woonsocket High School – Home” . woonsockethighschool.weebly.com. Retrieved 2017-09-06.

        2. ^ History of Providence County, Vol II Ed. by Richard M. Bayles (W.W. Preston & Co., NY. 1891) under Biographical sketches, Town of Woonsocket, p. 397-399 http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/RIGENWEB/1999-09/0936639354
        3. ^ “U.S. News and World Report” . Retrieved 2018-04-24.
        4. ^ “U.S. News and Reports” . Retrieved 2018-04-24.
        5. ^ “U.S. News and Reports” . Retrieved 2018-04-24.
        6. ^ “U.S. News and Reports” . Retrieved 2018-04-24.
        7. ^ “Woonsocket Villa Novans Athletics and Sports Teams – RI” . www.maxpreps.com. Retrieved 2018-04-24.
        8. ^ “Woonsocket Villa Novans Athletics and Sports Teams – RI” . www.maxpreps.com. Retrieved 2018-04-24.

        External links[ edit ]

        • Official website

        Retrieved from ” https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Woonsocket_High_School&oldid=852251490 ”
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        • Public high schools in Rhode Island
        • Schools in Providence County, Rhode Island
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