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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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  • Headmaster Update: Start Date for 2020-2021 is August 19

    While there are still several unknowns about the specifics for the Fall semester, we do not plan to alter our start date of Wednesday, August 19. Open this post by clicking on the title and then  click here  to read our June community update which addresses our plans for the upcoming year.

  • Fun Summer Ideas to Do at Home

    Here are some fun summer ideas: create an obstacle course; go for a bike ride or nature walk; bake treats for family, friends, and neighbors; play a board game such as Scrabble or Clue; read a great book together such as The House at Pooh Corner, Heidi, or Sherlock Holmes.

  • Providence Core Values

    The Core Values of Providence are the bedrock principles that distinguish Providence as an institution and against which all new ideas and practices are tested. These Core Values are faith, family, intellect, virtue, and stewardship.