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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. Please join us for our Open House at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 16.    

  • 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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  • Author S. D. Smith Coming To Providence on Feb. 7

    At 1:45 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 7, S.D. Smith, author of the Green Ember series will speak to Classes Three-Eight about being avid readers and creative writers. After the presentation, there will be a Q&A session followed by a book signing. Parents are welcome to attend this event which will be held in the Great Hall.

  • Family Seminar: February 9

    PK-Class Eight moms and dads, please join us at 8:30 Saturday morning, Feb 9, for our annual Family Seminar. This year we are featuring David Thomas and Sissy Goff, authors of the book, “Are My Kids On Track?” and counselors at Daystar Counseling Ministries, Inc. in Nashville, Tennessee.

  • 2019 Reading Rally Kicks off on January 17

    Each year, Providence students take several weeks to read excellent works of literature to help raise funds for the scholarship fund.  While raising these funds, they increase their reading skills and comprehension levels and develop an appreciation for the masters of literature as they explore new works and revisit old “friends” all while learning to be more others-focused!