Students and their families are both a critical part of entering Providence Classical Christian School. Students are evaluated on the basis of their report cards, admission questionnaires, interviews, and whether they’ll be able to succeed within our academic and behavioral standards. We also require that at least one parent give a credible profession of faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and be a regular attendee or member of a Christian church.
Learn more about Providence
We are committed to meeting back ON CAMPUS in 2020-21! OUR RE-ENTRY PLAN outlines our intention to resume school on campus with a remote learning option in September. Our leadership is currently working on another document with more specifics about the remote learning option.
As you consider where to enroll your children, we’d love to share more with you about Providence. Call us any time during regular school hours, and explore the rest of the Providence website to learn about our history, academic programs, extracurricular activities, and community. Then, come visit us—take part in a campus visit, observe a class, or attend one of our Open House events in November and January.
To help you understand the philosophy and mission of classical, Christian education, we also recommend the “Discover Classical Christian Education” booklet and Douglas Wilson’s “Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning”, both available in our admissions office.
- November 1: FACTS is open for 2020-2021 financial aid applications
- November 14: Open House at 7PM
- January 7: Tuition and fees published for 2020-2021
- January 11: Open House at 9AM
- February 1: Admissions decisions for new families begin
- February 7: Financial aid applications due
How to Apply
For priority consideration, the best time to apply is before January of the academic year before desired enrollment. We typically do not accept transfer applicants to pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and grade 12 after January 30.