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At a glance

Total enrollment: 343

Number of applications submitted
last year: 260

New students who began at Gordon
last year: 52

Students come from twenty-nine different cities and towns in Rhode Island and Massachusetts

Facilities and campus highlight

Twelve-acre campus with 75% open space, including a stream and pond

Library with over 24,000 volumes and e-readers available

Lower and Middle School IDEA and Robotics Lab

Early Childhood IDEA Lab

Performance theater

Field house


Student to faculty/staff ratio: 6:1

Early Childhood and Lower School: 10-16 students/class

Middle School: 18 students/class
Family Individualized Tuition

Family Individualized Tuition makes it possible for families from diverse economic backgrounds to make a customized financial commitment based on their unique circumstances. Tuition commitments within FIT range from $5,500 to $41,500.

To learn more about FIT please go to

Endowment: $11,000,000  


Accredited by the Association of Independent Schools in New England

Member of the National Association of Independent Schools

A racially diverse community
Students of color: 153 total
43% students of color // 57% white students

Early Childhood:
42% students of color // 58% white students

Lower School:
42% students of color // 58% white students
Middle School:
42% students of color // 58% white students
35% faculty of color // 65% white faculty
35% trustees of color // 65% white trustees
Leadership Team:
50% administrators of color // 50% white administrators

Interscholastic sports in fifth to eighth grade: nine
Soccer, field hockey, cross country, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, track and field, baseball, flag football


Early Childhood ipad program

Lower School ipad, laptops, and desktops (depending on grade) program

Middle School one to one laptop program

E-readers in library

Interactive white boards in every classroom

After school care

Daily until 5:30 pm for all ages, free care available before school beginning at 7:15 am.


Gordon places a fresh class of eighth graders into high schools each year, giving the administration the opportunity to ensure that each student has a smooth transition academically and socially into a new school.

A complete look at Gordon graduates' high school choices is at