We are committed to creating a community that fosters unity and friendship. A number of opportunities are provided: All-School Retreat, Homecoming, The Philia Project, spirit days, school dances, talent shows, service trips, college tours, vocal concerts, theater performances, and a host more, often conceived and planned by students themselves.
The Providence Parent Association welcomes all parents of current students from Preschool through Upper School to enjoy community, service, and prayer together. We have a unique opportunity at Providence to enjoy friendships with one another and help our children’s school at the same time. We meet in two groups: a San Roque campus group for Preschool through Lower School (PS-6) and a Canon Perdido campus group for Middle School through Upper School (7-12).
Providence is proud of our hundreds of graduates. Our alumni are studying in the finest colleges and working in every sector of our economy, making a difference through their spirit of service. They are leaders in their fields as doctors, attorneys, educators, business people, entrepreneurs, artists, pastors, authors, and parents. To learn more about the impact our graduates are making in our community, our nation, and our world, ask us! We are proud to share their stories.
Alumni, please use the link above to keep in touch. We have a beautiful relationship. Let’s stay connected.
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A report by Bruce Rottman and Eliana Bordin on the Libertas Scholars trip to FreedomFest in Las Vegas
A memorial tribute to Dr. Paul Wilt, Santa Barbara Christian School founder
A Recess & Rhetoric blog post by Rod Meadth, Middle & Upper School Principal
An update on the Libertas Scholars Program by retiring director Bruce Rottman.
A Recess & Rhetoric blog post by Sophie Troya, College Counseling Director