Build, Together. Construir, Juntos.

The Goal

All of our students deserve school buildings and classrooms that are bright, inviting, and have the technology needed for 21st century learning.

The Challenge

The average age of Providence school buildings is 75 years, with many buildings over 100 years old. It’s time to invest in and upgrade our school facilities!

The Plan

Fortunately, for the first time ever, Providence Schools has over $500 million dollars to invest in modernizing our public school facilities. Our students deserve school buildings that are equipped for 21st century learning. That’s why we're making big investments in our schools and doing so in a way that maximizes the resources we have available for the number of students and families we serve. This site is a showcase for the work we've already completed and our plans going forward.

Capital Projects Update

Updates on current large projects are shared at School Building Committee each month.


Community Presentations & Events

Upcoming Events

  • January 31, 2024: Zoom

  • February 2, 2024: Ward meeting

Recent Presentations

  • District-wide capital plan update - video here

  • Pleasant View Elementary design update - PPT here

Capital Revolving Fund: Priorities & Projects

The Capital Revolving Fund, established in 20xx by Providence Schools and the City of Providence, is used for ongoing upgrades, repairs, and projects to support learning. For more information on planned and ongoing projects, see here [link to another page]


Project Spotlight: Narducci Learning Center

Current Capital Projects


Frank D. Spaziano Elementary School
Opened September 2023


William D'Abate Elementary School
Opened September 2023


Hope High School
Opened Spring 2023
New entry and auditorium