|Toll Gate High School|
575 Centerville Rd
|Type||Public high school|
|School district||Warwick Public Schools|
|NCES District ID||4401110|
|School number||State school ID: 35138|
|NCES School ID||440111000307|
|Faculty||93.80 (on full-time equivalent (FTE) basis)|
|Student to teacher ratio||11.17|
|Color(s)||Red, White, Navy|
|Athletics||(FALL) Football, Cross Country, Soccer(Girls), Soccer(Boys), Tennis(Girls), Volleyball(Girls), Field Hockey, Unified Volleyball (WINTER)Basketball(Boys), Basketball(Girls), Wrestling, Indoor Track, Swimming, Gymnastics, Hockey(Boys), Hockey(Girls), Competition Cheerleading, (SPRING)Baseball, Softball, Lacrosse(Boys), Lacrosse(Girls), Tennis(Boys), Volleyball(Boys), Golf, Outdoor Track, Unified Basketball|
|Feeder schools||Winman Junior High School|
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The school opened in 1972 with Robert J. Shapiro as the first principal, who later became the superintendent for Warwick Schools (retiring from this position in 2007).The school's cultural arts center was dedicated in Shapiro's name in 1999.
The Toll Gate Varsity Ice Hockey team won the 2004 Rhode Island State Championship, ending the 26-year run of Mount Saint Charles Academy.Their victory is documented in the 2006 documentary film Ice Kings .
State championship titles:
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