Click here to access the 2023-2024 school calendar.
Town Busing Information for 2023-2024 (not for private busing that you signed up for to Cranston, Warwick, Coventry, East Greenwich, or Aquidnexk Island)
The Statewide Student Transportation System is open to receive student transportation requests for the upcoming 2023-24 school year. To ensure a bus stop for the first day of school next year, both current and new riders must register by July 31, 2023.
South Kingstown bus riders: SK Schools are changing up SK resident busing form in order to collect better data, be more efficient, and not miss any students. Below is the link to their new google sheet to be filled out by parents of any SK resident who need transportation to Prout. If someone needs to fill out a hard copy this form is printable. If anyone has a special situation or any issues they can reach directly out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please reference the State Textbook List for 2023-2024. You can order these books through your town. Please check off the books for the courses in which your daughter or son is enrolled and order them from your school department. See specific ordering information from your town:
Below is information from towns about borrowing textbooks for the school year. Check with your town for special instructions on dates and times for book returns and how to order textbooks for next year. Some towns are listed below.
Chariho Book Return Information - new info.
Cranston Book Return Information - Check Cranston website
North Kingstown Book Return at Prout on June 15, 2023 - North Commons
New students from North Kingstown can mail in or drop off book orders to The Prout School during the summer.
The Prout School Required Booklist is a list of textbooks that include the state books and the ones the state WILL NOT provide for you. You must order these books yourself. This list gives you the book information you will need when ordering your books online through an online book site that you prefer such as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc. Some courses do not require textbooks (art, music, drama, etc.).
All towns require that students return books borrowed for the current year before they will accept orders for the next year.
All incoming freshman and transfer students are required to (1) complete a health profile on Magnus Electronic Health Record linked https://secure.magnushealthportal.com/ as well as (2) the State of Rhode Island Physical Form including immunizations prior to the start of the academic year. (3) Complete a yearly Action Plan with physician's signature if your student has an allergy, asthma, seizures, or diabetes.
A series of Athletic forms need to be completed to participate in athletics.
All forms and more information appear in column on the right of this page.