Tiana lives "in the now." She doesn't want to "over-think" things and anticipate what troubles will come. She vows to live life appreciating every moment. In so doing, she garners great respect from teachers and students alike. We see the focus in the bold vision of her pottery and painting, and the service work she contributes to others at Camp Street Ministries. She has been among our most reliable and effective admission ambassadors. She also started the Step Club, participated in the championship Mock Trial team, and earned high honors. Her uncle, Juan, is a 1993 graduate. For her senior project, Tiana worked for Waterfire Providence. She will attend Boston University.
Beginning with the 2019-2020 academic year, high performing students can be awarded up to $18,000 in scholarships for academic, artistic, and community-minded achievements.
Buxton is one of six men to be honored with the Lifetime Service Award for his leadership, example, and dedication to the sport.
The WPRI morning show featured a segment on PCD's Compass Program and how it helps students find the right college.
Middlers created their own board games based on their summer reading assignment: "Hoot" by Carl Hiassen.
Girls Varsity Volleyball beat the Blue Wave of Hope High School 3-1 last night, as captured by The Providence Journal.