Providence is classical, meaning what we teach and how we teach is traditional, time-tested, and intellectually rigorous. We like to think of it as offering our students a feast of great ideas, rich literature, foundational truths and principles, and enduring traditions and skills. Additionally, the end goal of classical, Christian education is a virtuous, wise person. We place great importance on character formation through the practice of good habits and through imitation in the context of a nurturing relationship between the student and teacher.
"In Christ are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge."
Carefully Curated Curriculum
“As has been well said, ‘Sow an act, reap a habit; sow a habit, reap a character; sow a character, reap a destiny.’ And a great function of the educator is to secure that acts shall be so regularly, purposefully, and methodically sown that the child shall reap the habits of the good life, in thinking and doing, with the minimum of conscious effort.”
The Influence of
Providence is family-focused. We believe that God bestowed upon parents the privilege and responsibility of being the child’s primary teachers. Thus, one of our highest priorities is to help families flourish. We cherish the partnership that takes place between the School and the family, and we are committed to coming alongside you, as parents, to shepherd and raise your children according to the Bible.