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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.

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  • Athletics

    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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  • All-School Family Hymn Sing: February 27

    On February 27 beginning 5:30 p.m., we will gather for the second annual “All-School Family Hymn Sing!”  We will sing old hymns and new with the wonderful variety of children, parents, and school faculty voices.   This event has already become a very joyous and fun tradition for Providence families.

  • Class Six Retreat at Camp Grady Spruce Feb. 17-19

    In February, Class Six students will travel to Camp Grady Spruce for a team-building retreat.  Students will learn how to walk more closely with the Lord and how to follow Him in their daily lives.  They will also participate in various activities including: flashlight tag, fishing, cooking, star gazing, photography development, and visiting around a campfire. 

  • Reading Rally: January 15-February 8

    This is a time for family members to come together to enjoy and discover great works of literature while raising money for the Scholarship Fund. For younger readers, this time of reading “immersion” often results in great strides in reading proficiency. Older readers have exposure to adventures, vocabulary, and life truths through great books.