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Alumna Reflects on Her Time at Providence

My mom found some stacks of paper in our rafters the other day. In the pile was a paper orange folder dubbed “geography,” the kind with the little prongs you push together to squeeze more assignments inside. I uncovered some… Read More

Common Objections to Christian Classical Education

Though the philosophy and practice of Christian Classical education stretches back thousands of years in Western Civilization,  it’s recovery in America began as an obscure, grassroots movement  of private schools in the 1980’s.  Since then, it has become one of… Read More

Ten Reasons to Attend the Providence Open House

A new year brings many important decisions, but few more important than where your children will attend school.  January and February are particularly important months as parents and students evaluate the competitive advantages of schools in the area and make… Read More

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