Resiliency Preparatory School


RPS will be hosting a gradutation for the Class of 2016! The exercises will be held at Morton Middle School on Friday, June 10 at 6pm!

The next SAT test will be at Durfee High School on March 5th. Following that, sign up by April 26th for SATs on May 7th or by May 25th for SATs on June 4th. See Ms. Doyle (

On May 11th, RPS will be hosting a Youth Empowerment Conference, featuring several distinguished guest speakers. We are looking forward to this enriching event that will inspire our students to achieve their goals!

Check out RPS in the news. See how the credit recovery programs are changing lives at RPS. Also, our student government did a wonderful job sharing their work in this Herald News Article!  

Bristol Community College will be coming to RPS on May 5, 2016, beginning at 9 a.m. to conduct an enrollment and financial aid session for potential graduates. Students can apply to the college, as well as complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  

 Term 3 Award Recipients:

Respect: Peter Thorng and Kayla Mercado

Reliablility: Naren Mao, Nathan Green and Tyrhale Smith

Readiness to Learn: Prattna Som, Roberto Aponte, Ashley Santana and Max Rodrigues

Reponsibility: Sterling Scott, Briana Rivera and Devante Pacheco

Click the image above to access the RPS 2015-2016 School Calendar!


RPS Pages

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We Are RPS!

 The student government of RPS wrote and designed a video to show what it means to be an RPS student!

RPS Rebranding - 2016 from FRED TV on Vimeo.


Resiliency Preparatory School Spirit Wear

Shirts: (Polo or T-shirt) Black or White
Pants: Jeans or Tan Khaki, Black, White or Gray

RPS Student Government is Formed!

RPS students now truly have a voice in their school through the incredibly impressive student government. Formed in October, the government now has 6 total members and has formally elected officers into several different positions. The student government will be tasked with providing support in improving school culture, showing school spirit, providing a link between RPS staff and RPS students and exemplifying what an RPS student should and could be! The officer positions are as follows:

President- Jacob Hidalgo

Vice President- Kimberly Rios

School Committee Representative- Keenan Saffold

Secretary- Chavahya Soto

Director of Public Relations- Danny Andrade

Director of Fundraising- Hannah McAulay

Treasurer- Kayla Mercado

CONGRATULATIONS to all of our hard working Student Government Members!

Core Beliefs and Values Statement for RPS

We are Respectful. We are Responsible. We are Reliable. We are Ready to Learn.

The RPS learning community supports a student-centered classroom and multiple educational options, which provide the support that each individual student needs, thus reducing the dropout rate and leading more students toward graduation. As educators, we will collaborate to search for various avenues to better serve our population through rigorous instruction, engaging content and curriculum, and holding students to high expectations that will lead them to find success.

In addition, we will prepare young people for the real world through multiple intervention strategies and programs that will lead students towards success both inside and outside the classroom. We will foster a school environment where we promote family and community engagement. We will do everything we can to connect with students’ families and community partners to support us with our vision that ALL students can be successful through multiple alternative pathways.  

Bell Schedule

Class Time
Breakfast 8:18 - 8:30
Advisory 8:30 - 8:34
Period 1 8:34 - 9:29
Period 2 9:31 - 10:26
Period 3 10:28 - 11:23
Lunch A 11:23 - 11:38
Lunch B -
Lunch C 12:20 - 12:35
Period 4 11:25 - 12:35
Period 5 12:37 - 1:32
Period 6 1:34 - 2:29

The variety and diversity of programs at RPS are supported in part by:




Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

May 2nd: Children's Advocacy Center presents to students

May 2nd-12th: MCAS Prep Sessions!

May 3rd: Teacher Appreciation Day

May 10th: BCC College Visit


May 17th-18th: Math MCAS

May 26th-31st: Senior Finals!

March 21st - May 27th: People Inc. Class and Internship

May 30th: Memorial Day- No School

May 31st-June 3rd: BE Tobacco FREE Week 

June 1st-2nd: STE MCAS

June 3rd: Senior Prom

Free learning opportunities for Fall River parents and other caring adults.
Register here