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  • April

    Spring Season Preview

    Wheeler Warriors are headed outdoors for spring with veterans and newcomers ready in baseball, golf, lacrosse, softball, boys tennis and track & field.  Read this team-by-team report for a glimpse into the final season of the school year.
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  • March

    1,000 Point Player Helps Team to 3rd Straight State Tournament Bid

    To say that DJ Smith has had a memorable individual career on the basketball court at Wheeler would be a very accurate statement. However, when measured with what he has helped the Boys Basketball program accomplish, he will be remembered as one of Wheeler basketball’s all-time greats.

    “I never had the opportunity to see the guys from the 80’s play,” says Head Coach and the boys’ all-time leading scorer, Sean Kelly ‘02. “But he is the most talented and versatile player I have ever seen in a Wheeler basketball uniform.”
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  • January

    #18 Will Giguere

    Ice Hockey Starts Season Strong

    Seven games into the season, the co-op team of PCD, St. Ray’s and Wheeler (otherwise known as PSW) is rounding into form. Led by Seniors Aidan Beckett ’19 (Wheeler), Nolan Carlson (St. Ray’s), Cam Yee (PCD), Ben Kailher (PCD) and Will Giguere ’19 (Wheeler) the team is playing a disciplined, unselfish and exciting brand of hockey, which has garnered a 5-2 start. Their latest win over Coventry on January 11 was a perfect example of this style of play.
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216 Hope Street
Providence, Rhode Island 02906-2246
Phone: (401) 421-8100
FAX: (401) 751-7674

Founded 1889

The Wheeler School is an independent coeducational college preparatory day school for Nursery, Pre-K, K-Grade 12 serving Providence, RI, Greater Providence and Greater Boston. The Hamilton School welcomes Grades 1-8 with language-based learning differences.