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The Providence Senior Thesis: More than a Paper and a Speech

We recently concluded our latest round of yearly senior thesis presentations. All Providence students take two years of rhetoric in their junior and senior year, with the senior thesis serving as the capstone experience to their Providence education. Seniors choose a topic worthy of… Read More

The Timeless Value of Western Tradition

Last fall at our September Curriculum Nights we discussed the newly-adopted Portrait of a Graduate. Along with embodying our Providence core virtues, we desire our graduates to possess: Courageous obedience to God’s Word Love of truth, beauty, and goodness Sound… Read More

Feelings as Data, Not Directives

To what extent do we allow our feelings to dictate how we think, speak and behave? In a prospective family interview several weeks ago, Mrs. Kniss and I both picked up on a powerful statement from a parent. As she… Read More

Worthy Reads for the Year Ahead

While it can be tempting to measure reading goals by the number of books read, we do well to heed the words of Thomas Hobbes. “If I read as many books as most men do, I would be as dull-witted… Read More

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