Foster offers a quiet, well-preserved New England charm that is treasured by many.
Foster's 52 square miles are populated by a little over 4,600 residents. It is well-situated in the northwestern corner of Rhode Island, bordering Connecticut. The town was originally settled in the 17th century by British colonists.
Foster holds the oldest government meeting house of its kind in the United States. The Foster Town House was built in 1796 and is still used as a government building to this day.
Worcester, Massachusetts is about a 40 minute commute.
The Captain Isaac Paine Elementary School educates nearly 300 students in grades K-5. These students have impressive scores in English and Math. Older students attend the Ponaganset Middle and High Schools.