Newport Yacht Club 110 Long Wharf, Newport, RI02840 The Newport Yacht Club is located at the entrance to Newport, just past the Gateway Center on Long Wharf in the…More northeast corner of the harbor. Home to the Rogers High School Sailing team, the Newport Yacht Club plays host or sponsors two premier sailing races: the Bermuda ONE TWO and the OSTA. A membership is required to use the facility unless you are a member's guest or relative.
Newport Community School 55 Broadway, Newport, RI02840 Funded by the United Way of Rhode Island, the Newport Community School provides after-school programs to children in the…More Newport Public School District. The programs are designed to be academic in nature, as well as entertaining, and supplement classroom learning while opening kids up to new activities and ideas. The Community School's goal is to create a safe and nurturing environment where kids are free and encouraged to cultivate their creative and intellectual development, as well as promote and celebrate diversity and healthy living.
Nautors Swan Newport 449 Thames St, Newport, RI02840 Swan yachts range from 42 feet to 100 feet. Nautor is a company based in Finland with chapters across the world. Nautors…More also brokers yachts and charters them. Nautors Swan in Newport is run by Keith Yeoman and is located upstairs at the International Yacht Restoration School. Nautors has been building yachts since 1966.
The William J. Underwood School is one of four elementary schools serving students in Newport between kindergarten…More and fourth grade. Its principal is Kimberly Behan. In 2010, fourth grade teacher Susan Moore was named Teacher of the Year in Newport public schools. William J. Underwood Elementary School met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) in 2009.
Thompson Middle School serves Newport students from grades 5 through 8. The Newport School District moved fifth grade…More classes from the elementary schools to Thompson in 2009. Located in the heart of downtown right next to city hall, Thompson Middle had an enrollment of approximately 580 as of October 2009. The principal is Eric Thomas.
Cranston-Calvert School is one of four elementary schools servings students in Newport. Located just off Broadway on…More Cranston Avenue, the school serves students from kindergarten through fourth grade.
Built in 1876, the school is named after two prominent Newport mayors from the 1850s. The building underwent renovations in 1935 and 1976.
The school met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for 2009. As of the 2009-2010 school year, Cranston-Calvert had an enrollment of 223 students. The principal is Jennifer Booth.
Coggeshall Elementary is one of four primary schools serving the children of Newport. The school strives to create a…More challenging, creative learning environment that prepares students for the complex, technologically savvy world.
Located on Van Zandt Avenue in the central part of the city, Coggeshall serves students from kindergarten through fourth grade. The Newport School District moved fifth grade classes from the elementary schools to Thompson Middle School in 2009.
The elementary school's present building first opened its doors in 1899. As of October 2009, it had 161 students enrolled.
Coggeshall met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for 2009. The principal is Michael Franco.
James C. Freess, PhD 8 Equality Park W, Newport, RI02840 James C. Freess, PhD is a clinical psychologist based in Newport. He offers psychotherapy for adults, children, teens…More and families. He has a range of specialities which include treatment for anxiety and depression, family therapy, childhood disorders, substance abuse, stress and anger management and health issues. He also provides clinical consultations for schools. For further inquiries or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Freess, phone his Newport office.
Sullivan School seeks to provide a nurturing learning environment where each child can reach his or her potential.…More Located on the north end of Newport just off West Main Road, the school provides education for pre-kindergarten through fourth grade.
Sullivan opened its doors in 1955 and underwent expansions in 1967 and 1969 to accommodate increased enrollment. It's also undergone several renovations in recent years. According to a Rhode Island Department of Education School Accountability for Learning and Teaching (SALT) report, Sullivan is the only "neighborhood" elementary school in Newport, with approximately 80 percent of its students coming from the residential areas around the school.
As of the 2009-2010 school year, it had an enrollment of 265 students. The Newport School District moved fifth-grade classes from the district's elementary schools to Thompson Middle School in 2009.
Sullivan met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) in 2009. The principal is Maria Mare Schulz.
The Poplar School is a pre-kindergarten school that serves three, four and five-year-old children. The school…More combines academics with creative activities, field trips and spiritual guidance for children.
The curriculum centers around themes such as seasons, weather, transportation, farm and zoo life, community helpers and dinosaurs. Math, reading and writing readiness are strongly emphazied, as is social and emotional development.
The school has two locations: one at Trinity Church in Newport, and the other in Portsmouth.
The International Yacht Restoration School (IYRS) provides technical training for those individuals interested in…More entering the marine industry and related fields. IYRS offers three full-time programs: boatbuilding and restoration, marine systems and composites technology.
The school's model strives to educate through problem solving, teamwork, project management and hands-on skills and to preserve the knowledge and heritage of the boats.
The school, which was founded in 1993, has two campuses, one in Newport and another in Bristol.
The U.S. Naval Academy Preparatory School exists to prepare individuals morally, mentally and physically for officer…More accession through the U.S. Naval Academy. The school is located on Naval Station Newport and is the Navy's fourth oldest school.
The program at the academy is 10-months long, going from August through May. Curriculum includes English composition, mathematics, chemistry, physics and information technology.
Rogers High School, home of the Vikings, is the public high school serving the residents of Newport. Its principal is…More Patti DiCenso.
It opened in its current location on Wickham Road in 1957. Students enroll in general, college prep or honors courses. Nine Advanced Placement classes are also offered to students in grades 10 to 12.
Three world language programs are available. Students may study Spanish or French for the full four years, or German for three years. In addition to a variety of English, math, science and social studies classes, Rogers High also offers options in music, JROTC and fine arts. Also on campus is the Newport Area Career and Technical Center, where students can gain vocational skills.
The Newport Art Museum exhibits the contemporary and historic art of Newport , Rhode Island and Southeastern New…More England. Memberships grant unlimited general admission and significant discounts to events, special programs and art classes year-round. The museum is located at 76 Bellevue. It’s main building is a National Historic Landmark – the 1864 John Griswold family summer house. The Art Association of Newport (now the Newport Art Museum) purchased the property from Griswold’s heirs in 1916. Subsequently expanded, Griswold House was the first major commission in Newport for architect Richard Morris Hunt, who went on to design the Breakers and Marble House, both on Bellevue.
The Museum’s three-building campus also includes the Coleman Center for Creative Studies in the Gilbert S. Kahn Building, which houses the Museum’s art school, and the Cushing Gallery, which is named after Howard Gardiner Cushing (an early member of the museum). The Newport Art Museum hosts concerts, family programs, live theatre, gallery talks, lunch-hour discussions, lectures, after-hours social events and more year-round. Major events include Wet Paint weekend in August when “still wet” artworks created by hundreds of artists in a single day are sold at auction, and an elegant summer gala held each year in July.