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20th Anniversary

Milestones & moments that made our great school.


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After-school Clubs

Is your Stallion student interested in cooking, art, fitness or dance? Our teachers offer great opportunities for your child to get involved in extra-curricular activities through clubs whether your child is in Upper School, Middle School, or Lower School.

The Providence Crest

Looking back over the past 20 years, it is fitting that the history and meaning of the Providence crest be emphasized once again.  In 1997, the Providence crest was designed by the founding Head of School,  Mr. Don Barfield.   He chose three words wisdom, honor and...

Selman Field Update

Due diligence has been given to the Selman Field project and it was the desire of the school to have the Stadium Complex finished in time for the first game. However, as is sometimes the case in building programs, there were challenges and issues beyond our control...

Yearbook Picture Day

Say Cheese! Yearbook pictures for the Lower School will be taken on Friday, August 26 and for the Upper School on Monday, August 29.

The Sound of Music

In celebration of our 20th anniversary, we are proud to announce that we will be presenting the classic musical “The Sound of Music” directed by our first Maria, Providence alumni, Mrs. Jennifer Hudson.

“Committed as One”

Our seniors traveled to Epworth last week for the annual Senior Retreat. They bonded as a group, worshiped together, and enjoyed various mentally, socially and physically challenging activities!

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Providence Strong

money$10.6

million in college scholarships


100%

college acceptance


65%

qualified for
merit scholarships


15%

higher test scores than
the national average

Here is a partial list of where some of our graduates have continued their careers at the collegiate level:

Providence Strong

money$10.6

million in college scholarships


100%

college acceptance


65%

qualified for
merit scholarships


15%

higher test scores than
the national average

Here is a partial list of where some of our graduates have continued their careers at the collegiate level: