The administrative offices of the Bristol Warren regional school district is located across the street from the…More Bristol Town Common in the former Oliver School building. The offices of Superintendent Melinda Thies and Assistant Superintendent Mario Andrade are located on the first floor of the building.
Departments within the building include human resources, payroll, finance, accounts payable/ receivable, curriculum, reading and people personnel services.
Founded by the regionalization of the Bristol Warren School District in 1993, Kickemuit Middle School is a…More high-performance spotlight middle school. KMS serves approximately 800 students from Bristol and Warren in grades 6, 7 and 8.
The school offers a variety of clubs, sports and extracurricular activities, including Lego robotics, Young Mariners' boat building and a KIDS TV production studio for school announcements. The theater club also puts on multiple productions throughout the school year.
Formerly Bristol High School, Mount Hope High School was integrated into the Bristol Warren Regional School District…More in 1993. For the 2010 academic year the school has 1075 students, grades 9 through 12.
MHHS is NEASC accredited and has been named one of America's best high schools by the US News and World Report. At Mt. Hope, students are given the opportunity to participate in an array of clubs, organizations and sports.
Mount Hope High School has also recently implemented an extended day program to help students that had been struggling to graduate. The new program allows students to receive additional help after school to complete work, aiding them to graduate on time.
East Bay Educational Collaborative provides a regional alternative high school environment for students through the…More East Bay Career Academy. The program provides personalized attention for students referred to the academy by the eight participating Rhode Island public regional school districts, including Bristol & Warren. In addition to a regular high school curriculum, the school offers job placement and vocational programs to prepare students for college or the working world.
East Bay Educational Collaborative also offers graduate courses for teachers and education professionals, job coaching, a transitional academy for fifth-year high school students and assistive technology.