The San Miguel School, a Lasallian School, exists first and foremost to offer a quality education to those in need. Priority is given to boys from challenging circumstances who are in need of extra support to be able to attend to the tasks involved in learning.
The San Miguel School is a middle school where the focus is on the positive. In a structured and caring environment, each "Miguel Man" is encouraged to learn, to serve, and to grow to the best of his ability.
Founded in 1993 by Bro. Lawrence Goyette, The San Miguel School of Providence has become a model for 15 like schools across the nation. From a small, dedicated staff of three serving a school of fourteen boys, San Miguel has grown in size since its humble beginning. The school was founded in an attempt to address what was sometimes lacking in education, particularly the structure, support, and positive one-on-one relationships between students and teachers. Now serving 64 boys in grades five through eight, San Miguel strives to ‘touch the minds and hearts' of its students, nurturing the ‘whole' boy in a safe and enriching environment.
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