Who We Are
About San Miguel
Sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers of the District of Eastern North America, San Miguel serves boys from all cultures and faiths in grades five through eight. The school is accredited through the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
Students experience a school culture that emphasizes citizenship, service, and personal responsibility in a caring learning environment where academics are rigorous, expectations are high, and individual talents are nurtured. Students grow into young men with a positive vision for the future that leads them to effect positive change in their lives and in their communities.
The San Miguel School, a Lasallian middle school, provides a high quality, holistic education for boys from diverse and challenging backgrounds.
In a caring, safe, and structured environment, we foster a spirit of mutual respect and brotherhood among all students. We walk with our students and their families throughout their educational journey at San Miguel and beyond.
Inspired by the pillars of faith, service, and community, each “Miguel Man” is encouraged to learn, to serve, and to grow to reach his full potential.
Founded in 1993 by Bro. Lawrence Goyette, FSC, San Miguel School of Providence has become a model for 13 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. For more information, read Bro. Lawrence Goyette’s story.