Fourth Grade Visits Tallahassee

The fourth grade students and teachers visited Tallahassee on Tuesday and Wednesday (2/20 and 2/21) where they experienced and gained knowledge about our state’s wildlife, visited our capitol, and learned about our history. Students were treated to a boat tour...

Major Accomplishment in Arrowsmith

Jacob Gray, a seventh grade student in the Arrowsmith program, mastered an extremely challenging exercise in Symbol Relations commonly referred to as the “Clocks exercise”. This exercise works on the part of the brain that is responsible for critical...

Author Visits English II Class

On Wednesday, January 31, 2018, Mrs. Rausch’s English II students had the pleasure of meeting guest author, Thomas Brodeur. Mr. Brodeur is the father of Providence alumnus, Michelle, who graduated in 2006. Mr. Brodeur shared his interesting experiences as a...

Shaina Varghese Delivers Rotary Speech

Last Monday, senior Shaina Varghese competed in the Rotary Club of Jacksonville’s annual speech competition at the Omni Hotel downtown. She was one of 37 high school participants from all across the Jacksonville area that participated. She researched, wrote and...

National Geographic Bee

On January 16th, Providence hosted a Geography Bee in connection with the National Geographic Bee program. The participating students studied and prepared for two months to learn about our country as well as the world. After completing three different rounds, our...

5th Grade Has a “Blast” Launching Rockets

Our fifth grade students had a “blast” launching model rockets during “Rocket Launch Day” last Friday. Students had the opportunity to build and launch an Estes model rocket as part of our science unit on Flight and Rocketry. We are extremely grateful to the Crumpler...