Admissions Process

Welcoming You in Faith and Learning

Thank you for your interest in Providence School and Providence Preschool. We are excited about what God is doing on our campus through our students, faculty and staff, and families. Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. It is during these formative years that life-long friendships are made, spiritual formation takes place, and values will be instilled.  Providence School and Providence Preschool look forward to partnering with you in your child’s education. 

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Steps to Apply

K – 12 Students

An online application is the first step in the admission process. You will create an account so that you may track the progress of your application.

Kindergarten-Grade 12: A non-refundable fee of $150 must be submitted with each application.

Kindergarten Kindergarten students will be tested on skills that they are currently learning in their VPK program.

Grades 1– 6: After you have submitted your application, please contact us to schedule your admissions test. Applicants in grades 1 – 6 will take our MAP assessment. The MAP test measures the student’s academic achievement in English and Math.

Grades 7 – 11: All applicants must submit ISEE testing results in order to complete their admission application. Please register through the ISEE website and list Providence School as a score recipient. Providence School’s school code is 102106. Fees for ISEE testing are paid at the time of registration to the ERB.

Students Entering 12th Grade: All rising 12th Grade students are required to submit SAT or ACT test results prior to the start of the school year. The ACT/SAT for incoming seniors is paid to the College Board at the time of registration.

Families may be invited to attend a family conference as the final step in the enrollment process.  A minimum of one parent and the student will attend that meeting. We look forward to meeting with you!

Providence School will send you an acceptance notification once there is an opening in the grade level for your student.  Online submission of the enrollment packet will secure your student’s space.

Steps to Apply

Preschool Children

Providence Preschool accepts students ages 2 – 5. The steps below are an overview of our application process.  Since this is a confidential process, you will be required to complete an online application and follow the steps online.

The first step in the admission process is to call the preschool at (904) 223-0809 to schedule a tour. The preschool is open from 7 AM to 6 PM. 

We look forward to getting to know you and your family!

An online application is the next step in the admission process. You will create an account so that you may track the progress of your application. You will need your child’s birth certificate to complete the application. A non-refundable fee of $25 must be submitted with each application fee, excluding the VPK only program. If you are applying for our VPK only program, please contact the preschool before your application is finalized so that we can waive the application fee.

Providence School will send you an acceptance notification once there is an opening, so that you can complete the enrollment process.

Providence Preschool will send you an acceptance notification or wait pool notification via the email address that you provided in the application. If you are accepted, you will have one week from the date of the email to finalize enrollment via the link provided in the email. To finalize enrollment, you must complete the online enrollment packet and pay the online registration fee of $150. Also at this time, you may upload your DH680 immunization form, DH3040 health form, and your VPK certificate. If you do not have these forms at the time of enrollment, you may email them to us at a later date. 


Tuition & Fees

Students in Kindergarten through fifth grade have the use of Windows devices, while students in grades sixth through twelve utilize our “Bring Your Own Device” program which includes software licensing fees for specific courses and access to online research websites through our Media Center. Textbooks, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), uniforms, lunch, and class field studies are not included with tuition.

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Tuition Assistance

We realize that some families do not have the necessary funds to pay the full amount of tuition at Providence School. We offer tuition assistance on a limited basis to students in grades K-12 with demonstrated need. Providence Preschool does not award tuition assistance but does participate in the VPK program for 4-year-old children. Families must apply annually for financial assistance by completing a Financial Needs Assessment through FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment website and must apply for the Step Up For Students scholarship (FTC or FES-EO.)

In order to be considered for tuition assistance, your online student application must be submitted with the required documentation and application fee paid before you proceed with the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment. Once you receive your acceptance email from admissions, you can apply for financial assistance. All families must apply for financial assistance each academic year. Returning families will have priority.

Providence School will not be able to meet 100% of the established need for each applicant, and often, the number of qualified applicants exceeds the tuition assistance resources of the school. Therefore, there is no guarantee that every qualified applicant will receive tuition assistance.

Financial Need Assessment

FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment will review income and expenses, along with assets and liabilities of both parents and/or responsible parties. Providence School is approved for the Family Empowerment Scholarship – Educational Options and Family Empowerment Scholarship – Unique Abilities that are offered through Step Up For Students. We do not accept the Hope Scholarship. Academic, merit, or athletic scholarships are not offered. 

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