H elp
E ncourage
A chieve

 We Can, We Will, We are Shea High!  


Mission Statement

We are a diverse community determined to achieve our goals and realize our dreams through a commitment to learning, perseverance, teamwork, and respect.

Shea Family Photos

  • Professional Development, March 2018

    Skilled. Honorable. Empowered. Achievers.


  • Unified Basketball Team Wins!

    The Unified Basketball Team won its first game on Thursday, March 15,  against Central Falls!  Congrats to the entire team!  The schedule for upcoming games is below. Come and support our Raiders!

    Wednesday, March 21st

    3:30 P.M.

    Home against North Smithfield

    Wednesday, March 28th

    3:30 P.M.

    Away @ Lincoln High School

    Wednesday, April 4th

    3:30 P.M.

    Home against Cumberland High School

    Wednesday, April 11th

    1:30 P.M.

    Home against Central Falls High School

    Wednesday, April 25th

    3:30 P.M.

    Away @ Burrillville High School



  • Attention Seniors!
    The AASA Organization is offering Sixteen scholarship opportunities to be awarded to high school graduating seniors, including a grand prize of $5,000. Winners will be based on a 30-second video entry and a short essay (under 250 words) on readiness. Creativity counts, but so does honest, authentic and compelling content.

    The scholarship contest is now open and closes on Monday, April 2, 2018.  Click the Logo below to get more information!

Key Spirit Awards

  • Congratulations to our "Key Spirit Award" Winners!
    On Thursday, March 1, Shea Key Spirit Award Winners were recognized at a special breakfast at The Modern Diner.  From left to right are Dr. Jacqueline Ash, Shea Principal, Esther Kayote, Joseph Adegboyega, Yasmine Santos, Anthony Acevedo, Justin Monteiro and Ms. Kate Corry, Athletic Director.  Also pictured in the second row is
    Carolyn Thornton, RIIL Director of Multimedia Content.

    Congratulations to all of our winners!



  • Please stop by!


    The School Store is open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 2:30-3:30.

    It is located in front of Room 144 (the cooking room.)

    Come and stock up on water, candy, chips, pens, pencils, erasers, folders and more!

Shea High School Yearbook

  • Yearbooks On Sale!

    Keep the Memory Alive!!


    Class of 2018 yearbooks are on sale now! 


    The cost is $40.00. To order - see Ms. Farley in the library any Monday after school. 


    Send Your Best Photos for the Yearbook. Everyone can share images of the year with our yearbook staff. If you have great photos of a school event, or you and your friends just having fun, share them for consideration in the yearbook. 


     To upload photos, download the app. 

    Step 1 - Go to: images.balfour.com 

    Step 2 - Enter our project # 822113 

    Step 3 - Select and send photos!!

Our Furry Friend

  • Auggie Visits us Again
    Auggie and his Master Peter Manning, visited Mrs. Mendillo's Real World Class on February 16.  Peter talked to us about Auggie and his job and also spoke to us about service dogs and how they are trained.  



Attention Shea Alum!

  • Attention All Shea Alumni!


    We are trying to connect with graduates of Shea High School.  Please click the link below to take our survey if you are a Shea Raider.  Also, please share this link with anyone you know who is a graduate of our school. 

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R is for RESPECT!

  • Spread the Word to End the Word

    Wednesday, March 7 was "Spread the Word to End the Word" Day!  Students stopped by to sign our Banner in the cafeteria pledging to support to end the use of the "R" word and promote the New "R" Word- RESPECT!

Teen Study Lounge

  • An Announcement from the Pawtucket Public Library

    The Pawtucket Public Library presents;

    "The Teen Study Lounge"


    Click the link below for more information!

    Teen Study Lounge Flyer.pdf

Shea High School Sports


    Upcoming Sports Events:


    Want info on upcoming games, practices, and results for all Shea sports?  

    Click the dancing Raiders below to get all the info you need.


Ms. Mallory Moniz, College Advisor

  • The College Advisor

    Mallory Moniz, the new College Planning Advisor for the 2017-18 school year,  is ready to help our students in many ways!  See her for help with any of the following:

    College applications
    Completing the FAFSA
    SAT/ACT Registration
    College essays
    Career Planning
    College tours

    Overnight programs

See Ms. Blair for more information!

  • After School Monday-Thursday


    Shea IMPACT Program





    Program fostering

    Academic Achievement, Community Engagement 

    Tools for Success


      JOIN US!!!



Rescheduled to March 29!!

  • S Fest

Cape Verdean Club

  • Cape Verde Collaboration



    Jessica Thigpen from Pawtucket Central Falls Development spoke to Shea's Cape Verdean Student Association about free workshops designed to meet their academic and career needs. Thank you, Jessica!


    The Cape Verdean Student Association is designed to meet the social and academic needs of Cape Verdean students at Shea High School. We aim to promote schoolwide awareness of the richness of Cape Verdean culture and history through a variety of social events. We are open to all students of any race, religion, or ethnicity. 

    We meet weekly on Thursdays at 2:45 in Ms. McKenna's room 364. Please join us!


NAEP 2018

  • National Assessment of Educational Process
    To all students, teachers and parents:

     Our school has been selected to participate in the 

    2018 National Assessment of Educational Progress, 

    also known as NAEP. It is the largest continuing and 

    nationally representative assessment of what students 

    across the country know and can do in a variety of subjects

    Some of our 12th-graders have been selected to take

     assessments in math, reading, and science. To those who

    have been selected for this important test, you have all our support, 

    and I have NO doubt that you will represent us well! More details to 

    follow as we move closer to our school’s assessment day. 

    Thank you in advance for your involvement.


  • Family Employment Awareness Training

    Families are invited to participate in a FREE one-day workshop about employment in the community for youth (ages 14-21) with developmental disabilities.  

    Click below to get more information on the FEAT program that will take place on March 24, 2018!






Shea High School is located in the heart of Pawtucket, RI, and it is a true picture of America today, with over 52 countries represented and over 25 different languages spoken.  We are a very proud community that supports, encourages and loves all our students and works together to set them on a course for success. 


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Program of Studies

Shea High School Program of Studies

Please view the attached document to find the 2016-17 Shea High School Program of Studies.  The purpose of the Program of Studies is to  make sure that our students have a clear understanding of all course offerings and a thorough description of what each course will cover, as well as prerequisites for courses.  It is very important that our students and parents review the program of studies to make the right decisions for their individual path of study.  Please take a moment to review this document. 

Shea High School Program of Studies 2016-17

Step by Step Process for Student Scheduling in Skyward

Paula Seymour, RN

  • Welcome to the Nurse's Office




        The RI Department of Health (RIDOH) is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to remind RI patients, families, and healthcare professionals to Be Antibiotics Aware.

        Antibiotics were one of the most significant scientific developments of the 20th century. They’ve made infections that were once fatal routinely treatable, while also allowing for other medical advances, like cancer chemotherapy and organ transplants.  However, the overuse of antibiotics, and the use of antibiotics when they are not appropriate, has resulted in many bacteria no longer responding to antibiotic treatment.  Each year in the U.S., at least 2 million people get infected with antibiotic resistant bacteria.  At least 23,000 people die as a result.

    What can you do?

    • Take prescribed antibiotics exactly as told by healthcare providers.

    • Never share medication.

    • Never pressure a doctor into giving antibiotics that were not recommended.

    • Ask your healthcare provider if there are steps you can take to feel better and get relief from your symptoms without using antibiotics.

    • Get a flu shot and other immunizations to keep you from getting an illness that might develop into a bacterial infection.

    • Wash your hands, and take precautions to avoid getting infections which might require antibiotics.

        Antibiotics do not work on viruses such as colds and the flu virus, or runny noses. Antibiotics are only needed for treating certain infections caused by bacteria. Anytime antibiotics are used, they can cause side effects and lead to antibiotic resistance.  If antibiotics are used when they shouldn’t be used, they won’t help the individual, and the individual can still experience these side effects. Common side effects range from rashes and yeast infections to other severe health problems.

        To learn more about antibiotic prescribing and use, visit www.health.ri.gov/antibiotics and www.cdc.gov/antibiotic-use