Training Well-Rounded, Well-Grounded Leaders in Arts & Athletics

Educated people are not specialists who know little outside of their field of specialty. They have competence in a variety of areas, including music, arts, and physical activity. Providence Academy provides an academically excellent program that combines intentionally deep core curriculum with surprisingly extensive extracurricular options.

Explore our current offerings, which can expand even more based on our parental partnership and your student’s interests.

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Music, Arts & Athletics Opportunities

Choir

Teaching children to love singing and how to appreciate truth, goodness & beauty

Concert Band

Playing music and introducing lifelong skills that can serve to worship and glorify God

Drama

Performing powerful stories that communicate truth and equip students in dramatic expression

Art

Creating beauty to imitate our Creator; required K-8 courses and 9-12 electives

Athletics

Developing discipline, character, leadership and teamwork through competitive excellence

Choir

All throughout the Bible, we are exhorted and commanded to sing to the Lord, and Providence students are well-equipped to do so with excellence.

 

  • Upper School: Singing opportunities abound through the 9th-12th grade Chamber Singers, Twelve Peers vocal ensemble, Belles Voix Women’s Ensemble, and 7th-8th grade Concert Choir, with many superior ratings and award-winning performances at choir festivals and out-of-state contests.
  • Lower School: Music classes are required in every grade, with additional development opportunities through the required 5th-6th grade Treble Choir and optional 4th-6th grade Paladin Chorus.

Listen to Our Choirs Perform

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Concert Band

Music classes starting in Junior Kindergarten cultivate a rich appreciation for music as a means of glorifying God. Beginning in 6th grade, students may choose an elective band class, and they are encouraged to learn how to play a musical instrument if they haven’t done so through private lessons.

Band continues to be an elective in grades 7-12, including Music Theory and Instrumental Instruction, with numerous instrumental performance and concert options available for students.

Listen to Our Concert Bands Perform:

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Drama

Stories communicate powerful messages. God used them throughout history to illustrate truth, and drama/theater performance has the potential to mold and shape hearts — both through the preparation and presentation of a chosen story.

Providence holds at least one major drama performance each school year, with open auditions for students and opportunities both on stage and behind the scenes. The new campus will include additional fine and performing art facilities.

Here’s a sneak peek at some of our previous theater productions:

Art

God created a beautiful universe, and as his image bearers, we can glorify Him as we appreciate and imitate the beauty of his creation. We train students with an established aesthetic, by being exposed to artistic masterpieces, particularly at a young age.

Art classes are required K-8 and Art History is required to graduate, cultivating artistic interest, ability, creativity and confidence.

Upper School Art Gallery

Lower School Art Gallery

Athletics

Sports are about more than just physical development, teamwork, and competition against others. Our athletic program is one more avenue to glorify God, teaching student-athletes to steward their bodies in a disciplined fashion, sacrifice for teammates, display Christlike sportsmanship, keep sports in a healthy perspective, and “run to win” — both on and off the field/court/track (1 Corinthians 9:24-25).

In addition to required physical education classes K-9 (with electives 10-12), Providence offers a variety of sports through a combination of school-administered teams, partnerships with other schools and a WIAA co-op with Northeast Wisconsin Lutheran High School. Expanded facilities are part of the new campus plan.

Available Athletic Opportunities

 

  • Soccer (boys fall, girls spring)
  • Football (boys 8-man, fall)
  • Volleyball (girls, fall)
  • Cross country (boys and girls separate, fall)
  • Golf (girls fall, boys spring)
  • Basketball (boys and girls separate, winter)
  • Baseball (boys, spring)
  • Softball (girls, spring)
  • Track and field (co-ed, spring)

  • Soccer (co-ed, fall)
  • Football (boys 8-man, fall)
  • Volleyball (girls, fall)
  • Cross country (co-ed, fall)
  • Basketball (boys and girls separate, winter)
  • Track and field (co-ed, spring)

 

  • Soccer (co-ed, fall)
  • Volleyball (girls, fall)
  • Basketball (boys and girls separate, winter)
  • Track and field (co-ed 5th-6th, spring)

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Reading about them is one thing; seeing is another. We’d love to have you visit our campus and see exactly what you can expect from every other facet of our programs. Let’s make it happen.