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Welcome to

CHARETTE HIGH SCHOOL

URBAN PLANNING & HISTORIC PRESERVATION

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OUR MISSION

"To inspire Our Students to Create a City in Which They Would Love to Live"

  • To become practitioners of city planning as a life-long civic engagement strategy

  • To act as guardians of historic buildings

  • To learn in a proficiency based, high-tech and work like environment

  • To help build and preserve a collaborative and community immersed school

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APPLY

RI Department of Education new Common Application

Charette High School is open to Providence residents only. Admissions is through a random statewide lottery conducted by the RI Department Of Education.  You can apply at the link below by March 16th to be entered in the April 3rd lottery for the 2023-2024 school year.

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WHAT WE ARE ABOUT

Urban Planning & Historical Preservation

Charette Charter High School was founded in 2018 as a college-prep, community-based independent public high school that is known for its strong and trusting relationships among students, teachers and high academic expectations and standards for all students. Drawing applicants only from Providence, Charette was born from a love of the city. The themes also are the way in which Charette students engage the community and learn to become problem solvers and critical thinkers while participating in civic affairs. The curriculum is online in the summit platform, so transitions seamlessly from Distance to Partial Face-to-Face environments, while building the skills of self directed learning and 16 Habits of Mind.

Genesis McNeill Named
2022-2023 RI Girls Basketball Gatorade Player of the Year

Genesis McNeill of Juanita Sanchez Educational Complex is the 2022-23 Gatorade Rhode Island Girls Basketball Player of the Year. McNeill is the first Gatorade Rhode Island Girls Basketball Player of the Year to be chosen from Juanita Sanchez Educational Complex.

The 5-foot-11 Senior Guard had led the Cavaliers to a 20-3 record, a Division 1 State Championship and the No. 1 seed in the open state tournament at the time of selection. McNeill averaged 17.3 points, 10.9 steals, 7.1 rebounds and 8 assists per game through 23 contests. In the process, she recorded a quadruple-double and two triple-doubles.

McNeill, who attends Charette Charter High School but plays for JSEC, has maintained a 3.65 GPA in the classroom.

- Gatorade POY Press Release
March 8, 2023

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OUR VALUES

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Create Community

Honor Self & Others

Strive to Succeed

  • 86% of students seek to further their education upon graduation

  • $2.7+ Million awarded in 2022 scholarships

  • 98% Qualify for free or reduced lunch 

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Upcoming Events

25-29

Mon-Fri

Dec

Holiday Break (No School)

1

Mon

Jan

New Year's Day (No School)

15

Mon

Jan

Martin Luther King, Jr Holiday (No School)

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