Providence students feel at home. From day one, the warm welcome and inviting classrooms tell every student that Providence Classical is not just a new school, but a new family.
Student life at Providence is planned and spontaneous, formal and casual, quiet and raucous. Programs both academic and extracurricular can foster a particular interest, but the school’s intimate size always makes it easy for students to try something new.
Our Grammar School students experience history through the re-enactment of the Trojan War, President’s Day, Shakespeare’s plays, a live American History Museum, Medieval and Egyptian Feasts, and much more.
Our Upper School students experience the Logic and Rhetoric phase of the trivium, while experiencing the House System and Student Organizations. Student organizations provide arenas for new ventures, new responsibilities, and new experiences that can profoundly change how students see themselves, their world, and their place in it.
Grammar and Upper School students are brought together at chapel services in which each grammar student is paired with a chapel buddy, as we come together to honor each other and the work that Christ is doing in our lives and community. Chapel buddies also enjoy lunch together once a month.