1

Apply Online

Fill out your application electronically.

 

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Entrance Exam

All students will be required to take an entrance exam as part of the admissions process. Once your application and required documents have been submitted, please contact the Admissions Office to schedule an appointment for testing.

2

Pay Application Fee

Pay a non-refundable application fee of $100 per child.

 

5

Review & Acceptance

The applicant’s completed file is reviewed by the academic review committee.  Students who academically meet Providence requirements will be contacted for a family interview. Once accepted, you will receive a letter of your acceptance into Providence School.

Submit Documents

Submit a copy of all required documents. (See below)

 

Finalize Contract

Contact the School Admissions Office to schedule a meeting to finalize your enrollment by signing the Annual Family Contract and paying the applicable fees.

1

Apply Online

Fill out your application electronically.

 

2

Pay Application Fee

Pay a non-refundable application fee of $100 per child.

 

Submit Documents

Submit a copy of all required documents. (See below)

 

4

Entrance Exam

All students will be required to take an entrance exam as part of the admissions process. Once your application and required documents have been submitted, please contact the Admissions Office to schedule an appointment for testing.

5

Review & Acceptance

The applicant’s completed file is reviewed by the academic review committee.  Students who academically meet Providence requirements will be contacted for a family interview. Once accepted, you will receive a letter of your acceptance into Providence School.

Finalize Contract

Contact the School Admissions Office to schedule a meeting to finalize your enrollment by signing the Annual Family Contract and paying the applicable fees.

Important Dates

Providence works on a rolling admissions schedule. To be considered for the first round of admissions, submit your application and the documents listed on our checklist by January 31, 2018.  Once you have completed the application packet and completed the steps in the admissions process, you will receive a letter from us regarding your admissions status. First round of decision letters will be mailed the end of February.


Step 3:  Documents

Copy of Birth Certificate.

Copy of two years’ standardized achievement testing scores (if applicable).

Copy of two previous final report cards, and most recent report card (including discipline records).

Completed Teacher Recommendation Form (Must be mailed directly from two of your child’s core teachers)
Pre-K – Grade 1 | Grades 2-5 | Grades 6-12

Copies of Immunization and School Physical Forms – Providence will require original Florida Health and Immunization forms before student can start school.

Rising 10th-12th grade applicants must submit a completed and signed GA-4 Form, Affidavit of Compliance with the Policies on Athletic Recruiting & Non-Traditional Student Participation.


Step 4:  Entrance Exam

 

K – 6th Grade Entrance Exam

All students entering grades K-6 will be required to take an admissions test as part of the admissions process.   Once your application and required documents have been submitted, please contact the Admissions Office to schedule an appointment for testing.  We will continue to accept applications until classes are filled.

7th -11th Grace Entrance Exam

Students entering grades Seven – Eleven are required to take the ISEE (Independent School Entrance Exam). Please visit the ISEE website to register. Testing dates are listed below. An equivalent standardized test may be utilized in place of, or in addition to, the ISEE Exam.

ISEE Grades 7-12 Testing Sites & Dates

ISEE (Independent School entrance Exam) Grades 7-12 – Testing Sites and Dates

Students in Grades 7-12 are required to take the ISEE (Independent School Entrance Exam). Please visit the ISEE website to register your 7-12 grade student for the ISEE test. Testing dates and locations are listed below.

Test DateRegister BeforeGrade LevelLocation
Oct. 7Sept. 166-12The Bolles School
Oct. 7Sept. 167San Jose Episcopal
Oct. 21Sept. 306-12Episcopal School
Oct. 28Oct. 77-12Providence School
Nov. 4Oct. 147Riverside Presbyterian
Nov. 11Oct. 216-12The Bolles School
Nov. 18Oct. 287-12Providence School
Dec. 2Nov. 117-12Providence School
Dec. 2Nov. 117St. Mark’s Episcopal
Dec. 9Nov. 186-12The Bolles School
Dec. 9Nov. 187San Jose Episcopal
Jan. 6Dec. 166-12The Bolles School
Jan. 20Dec. 306-12Episcopal School
Jan. 20Dec. 305-12St. John’s Country Day
Jan. 27Jan. 67-12Providence School
Feb. 3Jan. 136-12The Bolles School
Feb. 10Jan. 207-12Providence School
Feb. 24Feb. 35-12St. John’s Country Day
Mar. 3Feb. 106-12The Bolles School
Mar. 3Feb. 107-12Providence School
Mar. 17Feb. 245-12St. John’s Country Day
Apr. 7Mar. 176-12Episcopal School
Apr. 14Mar. 247-12Providence School
Apr. 21Mar. 316-12The Bolles School
May. 19Apr. 286-12The Bolles School
Jun. 2May 125-12St. John’s Country Day
Jun. 9May 196-12The Bolles School
Jul. 7Jun. 166-12The Bolles School

Selection Consideration

  • Admission is based on availability of space, prior school records, personal interview and performance on the entrance exam.
  • The student’s attitude is important. Does he/she want to come to Providence?
  • Students who are admitted to Providence School must agree to adhere to the Christian philosophy of education and all policies outlined in the Parent/Student handbook (Lower School Handbook, Upper School Handbook).
  • Providence School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin or gender in its administration of its educational policies, admissions practices, class assignments, financial assistance awards, or other school administered programs.
  • Providence School is a ministry of New Life Christian Fellowship, Inc.