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    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.

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    Core Values of the Athletic Department FOCUSING ON PHYSICAL FITNESS, ATHLETIC SKILLS, AND CHARACTER We derive the core values of the Providence Athletic Department from the Mission Statement of the School. Providence seeks to “respect students as unique individuals created in the image of God. We are dedicated to helping them realize their highest potential—spiritually, […]

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  • May 27: Class Six Travels Back in Time

    On Friday, May 27, students will dress in period costumes and spend the day at the Dallas castle of Medieval Times. Students will see a demonstration of falconry, watch a jousting tournament, and dine on a medieval meal—without benefit of modern-day eating utensils! What a great (if messy) way to end the year.  

  • Lower School Fine Arts Day May 27

    Each year, we celebrate the cultural accomplishments of the students with plays, recitations, musical performances, and displays of artwork.  The Lower School Fine Arts Day program will be held on Friday, May 27 beginning at 8:15 a.m.

  • Class Eight Graduation on May 26

    On Thursday, May 26, beginning at 6:30 p.m. we will celebrate this year’s Class Eight students’ tenure at Providence.  The ceremony will be held in The Great Hall.