COVID-19 Response

COVID-19 Response

Providence Classical School is committed to the health and safety of our students, families, and staff. In conjunction with this commitment, we will hold fast to our mission to train our students to impact their culture for Christ. By God’s grace, in-person learning continued with limited interruption during this past year, and the number of COVID cases in our area continues to fall.

We are pleased to announce that for the 2021-2022 school year, all of our students will attend classes live, full-time, and in-person. Masks will be optional on campus, both indoors and outdoors.

Please continue to pray for God’s protection and provision over our school community.

Health Guidelines

View our complete Return to Campus Health Guidelines for details on how Providence Classical School has protected our school community during the COVID-19 pandemic. You may also view a brief overview of these health guidelines and answers to some frequently asked questions.

Return to Campus

View our Re-Entry Plan brochure for more information on what Providence Classical School did differently for the 2020-2021 school year.

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Blended Learning

In the event that students or classes must stay home due to COVID-19, students transition to blended learning. The blended learning model utilizes both synchronous instruction and asynchronous instruction to achieve a healthy school/life balance and the exceptional education you have come to expect from Providence Classical School. We also have a dedicated staff member to help students and families during periods of blended learning.

Daily Life at PCS

We are thankful to have the opportunity to continue on-campus learning and to show love for our school family and community by following protocols to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 on campus. Read our brochure Return to Campus: The First Weeks for examples of changes we made to address the pandemic during the 2020-2021 school year.

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For your reference, we have included links to the following websites for more information on COVID-19 as well as best practices to limit the spread of the virus:

Texas Health and Human Services

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

Questions or Concerns?

View our Frequently Asked Questions for more information or email [email protected].

School Updates:

Fall 2020: Archived Updates

Spring 2020: Archived Updates