The excitement is just beginning...
when the school day ends.
Our extended day program offers a nurturing environment that fosters curiosity and creativity. Students are encouraged to try new activities or grow in areas they already enjoy. Extended Day is offered to Lower and Middle School students and combines enriching activities and flexible scheduling to meet our families’ needs. Drop-in care is also available. We hope your children will join us!
Each grade level has snack time, homework time, and free play inside and outside. Special on-campus activities (Water Day/Game Day) are also scheduled throughout the year.
Extended Day Hours
AM Session: 7:00 – 7:30 AM before school
PM Session: After the regular school day until 6:00 PM
Half Day Sessions: Half day sessions are offered from the end of school until 6:00 PM
Drop-Ins: Drop-in sessions are available for $40 each.
We offer Extended Day on all days that school is in session; except for the last day of school.
Parents may select AM Program, PM Program or the AM and PM Program.
Registration is for current Providence families. You can register through here.
Phone: (904) 223-2177
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Lower School Clubs
After-school clubs provide Providence students with an excellent opportunity to explore a wide range of educational experiences not normally found in the standard curriculum. Please click on the button below and then “register for events” to register for clubs.
Sponsor: Ms. Green – firstname.lastname@example.org
3rd-5th grade students come join the exciting Crazy 8s math club and get fired up about math!! Each week Crazy 8s will learn math skills while running, jumping, music making, and mess making…. all while bonding with new friends over math!
Sponsor: Mrs. Rue – email@example.com
Mini Stallions is a year-long cheerleading class that teaches character development and leadership. Girls in grades K-5 will learn cheerleading motions, jumps, dances, cheers, and chants. The girls will cheer at various middle school football and basketball games. The cheerleaders will help in leading one lower school chapel service. The squad will perform for their grandparents on Grandparents Day and also showcase their year-long program for their parents at the end of the year parent performance. Our program begins in August and goes through May. It is $65 per month plus a required uniform cost in order to participate. There is also a $25 registration fee. Our class meets on Friday’s from 3:10-4:10 PM.
Monday Ballet (3rd-5th gr.) 3:30-4:30
This class teaches the essential foundations of ballet and praise/worship dance to develop grace and rhythm. It introduces basic positions and steps with a focus on exploring coordination, balance, and rhythms. Basic dance skills and vocabulary are introduced with an emphasis on self-expression and creativity.
Monday Hip Hop (3rd-5th gr.) 4:30-5:30
This is a high-energy class that infuses the latest styles of street dancing, breaking, popping, and locking. Classes will encourage students to step outside of the box by bringing their own individual style and personality to the movements.
Tuesday Ballet (K – 2nd gr.) – 3:30-4:30
This class teaches the essential foundations of ballet and praise/worship dance to develop grace and rhythm. It introduces basic positions and steps with a focus on exploring coordination, balance and rhythms. Basic dance skills and vocabulary are introduced with an emphasis on self-expression and creativity.
Tuesday Acro (3rd – 5th gr.) – 4:30-5:30
This class serves as a supplement to the dance class your dancer is taking to improve on flexibility, strength and learn basic acrobatic skills. This class will not perform in the Annual Dance Performance (no costume fee) but there will be observation days where parents can come and see the skills that are being learned in class.
Wednesday Jazz (K – 2nd) – 2:45-3:45
Class emphasis is on learning proper execution of Jazz technique. With or without experience, your student will grow and learn in this upbeat, fun class. Students learn proper body placement and alignment in order to jump, turn, and move efficiently as a dancer. Basic dance skills and vocabulary are introduced with an emphasis on self-expression and creativity.
Thursday Jazz (3rd-5th gr.) – 3:30 – 4:30
This jazz class teaches intermediate jazz steps and combines the elements of jazz moves and to contemporary Christian music. Students will learn the necessary elements of jazz along with the coordination and balance needed for more difficult movements. Your student will grow in technique and have a great time learning in this upbeat, fun class.
Sponsor: Laine Smith – firstname.lastname@example.org
*By Audition Only
Girls in grades 4-5 will learn different style dance routines. The girls will perform at various events and chapel services. His company will perform for their grandparents on Grandparents Day and also showcase their year-long program for their parents at the end of the year Spring Recital.
Grades: Ages 6-14
Sponsor: Mr. Holcomb – email@example.com
FIRST LEGO Leagues are designed to introduce STEM concepts to kids ages 6 to 14 while exciting them through a brand they know and love − LEGO®.
Guided by adult coaches and FIRST® Core Values, students build models using LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0 and create Show Me posters to present what they learned. The program focuses on building interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through a real-world challenge – to be solved by research, critical thinking, and imagination.