We know your child’s future means everything to you. Investing in his or her education is a significant decision with many considerations. For more than 60 years, parents have trusted Providence to provide excellent academics integrated with the Christian faith.
As you begin your Providence School journey, we challenge you to also envision the end of your child’s educational endeavor, because The Providence Journey is a partnership with parents to accomplish the goals they have for their children.
We are honored to share the Providence Journey with you. We invite you to call, to shadow for a day, or to attend one of our admission events for an opportunity to see why Providence students thrive like no others.
We look forward to meeting you.
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.
“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.”
– Parent of two Providence students
Providence admits students regardless of sex, race, color, or national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, tuition assistance programs, athletic, and other school administered programs.