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===Private and charter schools===
 
===Private and charter schools===
There are several private schools in the city's [[East Side, Providence, Rhode Island|East Side]], including [[Moses Brown School|Moses Brown]], the [[Lincoln School, Rhode Island|Lincoln School]], and the [[Wheeler School]]. [[La Salle Academy, Providence|La Salle Academy]] is located in the North End (Elmhurst neighborhood), near [[Providence College]]. The public charter schools [[Time Squared Academy High School]] (K-12) and Textron Chamber of Commerce (9–12) are funded by GTECH Corporation and [[Textron]] respectively.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.providenceschools.org/dept/news/files/9E0BC30F74514CA18DB979D75C88BEBF.pdf|format=PDF|title=The Providence Public School District at a Glance|publisher=Providenceschools.org|accessdate=June 11, 2007|archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20071128080535/http://www.providenceschools.org/dept/news/files/9E0BC30F74514CA18DB979D75C88BEBF.pdf |archivedate = November 28, 2007}}</ref> In addition, the city's South Side houses Community Preparatory School, a private school serving primarily low-income students in grades 3–8.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.communityprep.org/htm/1story.htm |publisher=Community Preparatory School |title=About CPS|accessdate=June 10, 2007|archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20070927020529/http://www.communityprep.org/htm/1story.htm |archivedate = September 27, 2007}}</ref>
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There are several private schools in the city's [[East Side, Providence, Rhode Island|East Side]], including [[Moses Brown School|Moses Brown]], the [[Lincoln School, Rhode Island|Lincoln School]], and the [[Wheeler School]]. [[La Salle Academy, Providence|La Salle Academy]] is located in the North End (Elmhurst neighborhood), near [[Providence College]]. The public charter schools [[Time Squared Academy]] High School (K-12) and Textron Chamber of Commerce (9–12) are funded by GTECH Corporation and [[Textron]] respectively.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.providenceschools.org/dept/news/files/9E0BC30F74514CA18DB979D75C88BEBF.pdf|format=PDF|title=The Providence Public School District at a Glance|publisher=Providenceschools.org|accessdate=June 11, 2007|archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20071128080535/http://www.providenceschools.org/dept/news/files/9E0BC30F74514CA18DB979D75C88BEBF.pdf |archivedate = November 28, 2007}}</ref> In addition, the city's South Side houses Community Preparatory School, a private school serving primarily low-income students in grades 3–8.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.communityprep.org/htm/1story.htm |publisher=Community Preparatory School |title=About CPS|accessdate=June 10, 2007|archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20070927020529/http://www.communityprep.org/htm/1story.htm |archivedate = September 27, 2007}}</ref>
 
There are two separate centers for students with special needs.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.providenceschools.org/dept/students/index.html|publisher=Providence Schools|title=About the Student Body|accessdate=June 10, 2007|archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20050204131744/http://www.providenceschools.org/dept/students/index.html |archivedate = February 4, 2005}}</ref>
 
There are two separate centers for students with special needs.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.providenceschools.org/dept/students/index.html|publisher=Providence Schools|title=About the Student Body|accessdate=June 10, 2007|archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20050204131744/http://www.providenceschools.org/dept/students/index.html |archivedate = February 4, 2005}}</ref>