Providence School of Jacksonville celebrated the Class of 2019 in a formal Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, May 18, 2018 at 10 a.m. in the New Life Sanctuary. The 98 graduates are also the 22nd class to graduate from Providence School since it opened its doors in 1997. Several awards were given including The Hank Ohler Personal Achievement Award, which was given to Anela Davis,? received The Lindsey Faye Potts “All Heart” Award; and Miller Murdaugh and Amy Faulkner and Jason Branch are the 2019 Stallion Award recipients. Seniors who spoke at the ceremony included Kyla Jackson (Senior Class President), Addison Mills (Salutatorian), and Gracie Glatting (Valedictorian). The Senior class had many great accomplishments throughout their time at Providence. They have left the halls of Providence, but they will never be forgotten. We will continue to pray for them and seek God’s favor upon their lives. Below you can watch the ceremony.
Watch The Ceremony