Seeds Grow Deepest
in Fertile Soil

Environment absolutely matters… 

School culture makes a bigger difference than we may realize… 

Only God gives the growth (1 Corinthians 3:7), but just imagine what can happen when you plant a seed in the best growing conditions possible. With Christ as the foundation, and teachers, parents, pastors, and even peers pulling in the same direction, roots grow deep and alumni enter adulthood steadfast and immovable (1 Corinthians 15:58). 

“Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.” – Matthew 22:37

What academic excellence does for the mind and an integrated faith approach does for the soul, a Christ-centered campus life does for the heart. Here’s how we holistically cultivate the next generation of world-changers.

Explore the Vibrant

Campus Life at Providence


Upper & Lower School

Every grade level is purposely built to align with the grain of your child’s holistic development.


Music, Arts, & Athletics

Core curriculum and extracurriculars combine to develop well-rounded students who value what is noble, pure, lovely, admirable, and praiseworthy.


The House System

True mentorship and community develop in this unique system started in the Middle Ages and popularized by leading universities.

Plan Your Visit to See Campus Life for Yourself

Intrigued? Let’s schedule a time for you to get a first-hand look at Providence Academy so you can make an informed and prayerful schooling decision.

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