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
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 weekly tour of the school (Wednesdays at 9 am, January through May), observe a class or have your child join a class for a day, or attend one of our open houses in January/February.
To help you understand the philosophy and mission of classical, Christian education, we also ask that you read the “Discover Classical Christian Education” booklet (available in application packets from the front desk) and Douglas Wilson’s “Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning”.
Important Dates for 2017-2018
- January 10: Open House
- January 11: Student interviews begin
- January 18: Tuition and fees for 2017-2018 are available
- January 18: Re-enrollment begins for current families
- January 27: Re-enrollment deadline
- February 16: Open House
- February 1: Notifications about new family acceptance begins
- March 17: Financial Aid applications due
How to Apply
The best time to begin applying is January or February of the academic year before you want your child to attend Providence. However, you can apply anytime during the year and throughout the summer.
If you’re interested to have your student attend Providence, learn how to apply.