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  • Academics

    Providence was founded to serve academically able students who possess strong, God-given intellectual gifts, and whose parents desire that their children be given a challenging classical, Christian education.

  • Admissions

    Interested in finding out more about Providence? Explore the Admissions section on this website and be sure to check out the Admission Events section which is the next to last choice on the Admissions tab.    

  • Athletics

    In accordance with our mission statement and core values, Providence strives to have an excellent Christ-centered athletic program where all student-athletes can grow in character, confidence, skills, strength, and in their spirituality.

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  • Providence Wins Top 100 Award

    We are thrilled and humbled to have been awarded one of the top 10 work places in the Dallas/Fort Worth area—third best small-sized—by the Dallas Morning News for 2016.

  • Saturday, January 21: Guest Speaker Rod Dreher

    Saturday, January 21, Author and former Providence parent, Rod Dreher, will present the topic “The Benedict Option—A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation.” The program will run from 8:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. in the Great Hall. You do not want to miss this event.

  • 2017 Reading Rally Kicks off on January 12

    2017 Reading Rally - Providence Christian School - Dallas TX

    Each year, Providence students take four weeks to read excellent works of literature to help raise funds for the scholarship fund.  While raising these funds, they not only increase their reading skills and comprehension levels but also develop an appreciation for the masters of literature as they explore new works and revisit old “friends” all while learning to be […]