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Growing in character and wisdom

From Room 1 through Grade 12, Providence offers students an extraordinary academic experience. Our graduates are prepared to attend the finest colleges and universities across the United States and throughout the world. More importantly, they are prepared to lead their communities and families with wisdom, confidence, charity, conviction, and the knowledge of their purpose and calling in God’s Kingdom.

Through well-planned and carefully delivered academic and character education programs, we engage minds and shape hearts, helping students make connections and find their place in God’s created world.

The school’s mission and excellence result from the fact that each aspect of Providence – the classroom instruction, the athletic program, the arts, and all the extracurriculars – work together to form the student’s character, intellect, and sense of purpose and responsibility. You can tell a Providence student by their confidence, kindness, and determination to lead a life of significance and strategic influence.

Preschool – A nurturing early childhood education develops confident learners who are known and loved by their teachers. Classes are offered for children 2.5–5 years old.

Lower School – In classrooms infused with joy, kindergarten through sixth-grade students participate in a rich academic curriculum, inspired and equipped at every level to confidently and successfully take the next steps on their educational journey.

Middle School – During a maturation period when students begin to differentiate themselves from their parents, Providence comes alongside families with powerful encouragement. Seventh- and eighth-grade students are encouraged to delight in who God uniquely made them to be, to see the beauty and order in creation, and to develop their confidence and skills as members of a learning community.

Upper School – Here, high challenge comes with high support–from faculty, coaches, and other adults who joyfully mentor students in pursuit of excellence. In these final four years, Providence students learn to think, write, and speak with depth, clarity, and confidence; qualities essential to a competitive college admission process and useful in all life pursuits. “Providence has been the best school for my kids and they have grown spiritually, academically, and socially. The teachers genuinely love and support them and create an environment where they are challenged to think critically.”